A stream of Elmer’s Glue falling into water forms convoluted shapes. Surface tension holds glue at the surface during a rope coiling instability for a short time.

A stream of Elmer’s Glue falling into water forms convoluted shapes. Surface tension holds glue at the surface during a rope coiling instability for a short time.

By Adam Sokol, Philip Latiff, Michael McCormack, Ryan Coyle for Spring 2014 Team Second.
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A stream of Elmer’s Glue dropped into water is held at the surface. Here the image is mirrored by the surface and then flipped vertically.
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