Rheoscopic fluid

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Rheoscopic fluid
Rheoscopic fluid

Unlike solids, liquids have no form of their own. They instead take the form of the vessel they inhabit, as sections of liquid can move independently of one another. These movements create flows, frequently resulting in complex and fascinating patterns. The experiments in this set will help you reveal these phenomena.