Acoustophoretic Waltz

Slow mo chemical reaction between sodium and water

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+17 1. Xionbox (moderator) commented 7 years ago

Looks like this was done in a zero gravity environment.
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+8 2. Kulgash commented 7 years ago

Pretty cool and the music is awesome for this! <3 Chemistry in zero-G
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+6 3. Thanny commented 7 years ago

The bits are being held in place by sound waves (i.e. held up by regular pulses of air).
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+4 4. samxgx commented 7 years ago

How very space odyssey 2001 :)
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+2 5. Oddi commented 7 years ago

Its like the universe giving birth to planets through the destruction of stars.. on a different time/space scale and obeying on different laws ;)
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0 6. boom commented 7 years ago

love at first sight