Porcelain slip (kaolin, water, sodium citrate) is a shear-thickening suspension of particles in water. When a stream impacts a fluid surface, the kaolin particle concentration becomes non-uniform and irregular, resulting in spreading rings of color

Porcelain slip (kaolin, water, sodium citrate) is a shear-thickening suspension of particles in water. When a stream impacts a fluid surface, the kaolin particle concentration becomes non-uniform and irregular, resulting in spreading rings of color

By Daniel Lopez for Spring 2013 Team Third.
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