Viscous Fingers

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The Saffman-Taylor instability occurs when a less viscous fluid is injected into a more viscous one, usually in a Hele-Shaw cell. Here oil paint and mineral spirits were painted onto flat surfaces that were pressed together before being pulled apart. The result is viscous fingering of the fluids. #

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