Hand soap, a shear-thinning fluid, exhibits the Kaye Effect, bouncing as it hits an angled surface.

Hand soap, a shear-thinning fluid, exhibits the Kaye Effect, bouncing as it hits an angled surface.

By Spencer Aguilar, James Shefchik, Thomas Pohlman, Hans Loewenheath for Spring 2013 Team Third.
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Hand soap, a shear-thinning fluid, exhibits the Kaye Effect, bouncing as it hits an angled surface, digitally duplicated.
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