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Publisher: Questacon
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Investigate surface tension by sprinkling pepper on water, and find out what happens when soap or detergent is added. Learn about surface tension.
  
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Publisher: University of Toronto: Experimental Nonlinear Physics Group
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This website, from the University of Toronto, provides a discussion of the instability that gives rise to ripples on the surface of icicles. A description of this instability is…
  
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Editors: G. Homsy and J. Hertzberg
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This gallery of fluid flow presents images, animations, and videos illustrating a wide variety of phenomena including aurora, shock waves, supersonic cars, and more. Explanations of…
  
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J. Eggers
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See this site for an explanation of drop formation and related images. You'll find description of studies into drop separation and applications in medicine and technology. The site…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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Bubble Tray from the Exploratorium shows you how to make large soap bubbles. It describes the materials needed--they're easy to find--and gives a recipe for the soap solution. You'll…
  
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Publisher: NASA Glenn Research Center
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Investigating candle flames in microgravity can be done as either a demonstration or an activity. "Student reader" pages give background information about candle flames in…
  
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Publisher: Public Broadcasting Service
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This fun activity from PBS uses simple household items to explore the different shapes a soap bubble can take. It also contains a poll so that visitors can report their results and…