Dyed water was injected into Dawn dish soap to make the Saffman-Taylor fingering instability in a Hele-Shaw cell, and then the top plate was raised and lowered to add air bubbles.

Dyed water was injected into Dawn dish soap to make the Saffman-Taylor fingering instability in a Hele-Shaw cell, and then the top plate was raised and lowered to add air bubbles.

By Benjamin Healy, Jason Brownstein, Ryan Lumley, David Zilis for Spring 2014 Team First.
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