Food dye in milk illustrates laminar mixing by vortexes and stretching.

Food dye in milk illustrates laminar mixing by vortexes and stretching.

By Dillon Thorse, Alex Meyer, Shweta Maurya, Jeff Pilkington. Mike Souchek for Spring 2013 Team Second.
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Dish soap on a Q-tip drops the local surface tension of dyed milk_ the higher surface tension at the edges pulls the dye outward.

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