drop of Budweiser, the “King of Beers”, immersed in mineral oil will form a
beautiful 4 sided pyramid with sharp edges.
Tiny bubbles accumulate at the top of the drop acting like a buoy that
pulls on the droplet to create the growing tetrahedral shape. The bubble cluster eventually spouts off in
unison to the surface. The changing
curvilinear pyramidal shape of the beer droplet should be predicted by the
Young-Laplace or Gibbs-Thompson equation.
laser beam is directed on various portions of the droplet surface. Some very stunning optical effects like
green laser lightning storms are created.
The tiny bubbles form a highly reflective region for a small viewing
Green Laser Beam
beer droplets in oil
magnetic control of a thread
deflection of an
Black-Hole in a
Big Stir Theory
green and red
lasers in gas and fluid
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