Shampoo Science

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Scientists of the University of Twente in The Netherlands won a prestigious place in the 'Hall of Fame' of videos about fluid-in-motion. They made a streaming video of "leaping shampoo", in which they reveal the details of the so-called Kaye effect. Scientifically interesting but also of great aesthetic beauty!

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That was COOL! No audio for me at work, but the visual alone was well worth watching.

By ctenotrish (not verified) on 04 May 2007 #permalink

Neat! I wonder how viscous a liquid needs to be to demonstrate the effect.