Food dye in water, with the top surface moving to the right distorts the usual Rayleigh Taylor formations.

Food dye in water, with the top surface moving to the right distorts the usual Rayleigh Taylor formations.

By Ian Macfarlane for Fall 2015 Get Wet.
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