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A low flow rates the layers of liquid flow over each other neatly and the dye slides between them. At higher flow rates, the shear between the different layers causes rotation in the flow this is the mixing.
The whole thing was sorted out by Osborn Reynolds in 1883.
These fluid dynamic effects are vital for planes flying, and other such stuff.
You can also get the laminar and turbulet effect from a tap. The glassy flow is laminar, the cloudy, turbulent (not dissolved water).
With non-mixing taps at the same flow rae you can get laminar from a cold tap and turbulent from a hot one, but don`t get me started
Now if it was moved slowly, and returned back slowly all particles will come back to their original positions, including the dyed particles.
You will note that there were 2 people holding on to the jar to make sure that there was no movement on it. This was so that all particles could align correctly.
knowledge is power, power is corrupt, corruption is evil, so the more you know, the eviler you are.
I`m pretty sure she meant what`s the liquid they put it (the cornsyrup) in, like she said.
And he needs to learn how to count.
My thoughts exactly...
This will solve world hunger, DUH.
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