Phenomena

Liquid Rope Coiling

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Some liquids, when falling in a stream into a pool, tend to coil into a liquid rope. This video shows honey, but the effect can also be observed in syrups and silicone oil. The rate of coiling is dependent on the height from which the liquid falls. Other factors governing coiling include viscosity, density, and flow rate.

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