Dyed rubbing alcohol creeps upward through corn syrup, then mixes more rapidly with the water above.

Dyed rubbing alcohol creeps upward through corn syrup, then mixes more rapidly with the water above.

By Melissa Blackstun for Spring 2014 Get Wet.
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