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Disrupting the Coalescence Cascade

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When a droplet contacts a pool, a thin layer of air can get trapped beneath the droplet, delaying the instant when the liquids contact and surface tension pulls the droplet into the pool. If the pool is being vibrated, air flows more easily into the gap, keeping droplets intact longer. It’s even possible to make them dance.

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