Bubbles erupt as air is blown downward into water through a one inch diameter tube.

Bubbles erupt as air is blown downward into water through a one inch diameter tube.

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By Matthew Bailey, Elizabeth Crumb, Shea Zmerzlikar, Patrick Cotter and Jon Horneber for Spring 2013 Team Second.
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