By Rachel Grosskrueger for Fall 2015 Get Wet.Read the Report
This image was featured in Quanta Magazine in an article about elastic fluids, January 2022
[…] here on top of a loudspeaker, is a liquid that quickly becomes viscous when subjected to pressure. Rachel Grosskrueger / Vincent StaveroskyContributing WriterJanuary 4, 2022Fluids can be roughly divided into two categories: regular ones […]
[…] Lead image: Oobleck, seen here on top of a loudspeaker, is a liquid that quickly becomes viscous when subjected to pressure. Credit: Rachel Grosskrueger / Vincent Staverosky […]
You should know that if you try this activity and you are not smiling and messy with corn starch goo at the end, then you are definitely doing something wrong. Also keep in mind that this is not just about fun, there is some pretty amazing science going on here. You will need: Cornstarch a 16 oz.
[…] Lead picture: Oobleck, seen right here on prime of a loudspeaker, is a liquid that shortly turns into viscous when subjected to stress. Credit score: Rachel Grosskrueger / Vincent Staverosky […]
[…] Original Post: https://www.flowvis.org/2015/01/01/cornstarch-mixed-with-tonic-water-forms-a-fluorescent-oobleck-and-… […]
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