Dancing Sands

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Here a collection of dry grains are vertically vibrated, creating a series of standing waves on the surface of the sand. The shapes of these Faraday waves are dependent upon the frequency of the vibration. Despite the solid nature of sand particles, this behavior is much the same as the behavior of a vibrated fluid.

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