Flow circulates rapidly on the surface of bubbles, visualized by iridescence caused by light wave interference.

Flow circulates rapidly on the surface of bubbles, visualized by iridescence caused by light wave interference.

By Shea Zmerzlikar and Jon Horneber for Spring 2013 Team First.
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