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written by Jens Eggers
This site from the University of Bristol's Department of Mathematics contains an explanation of drop formation and its applications.  A description of studies into drop separation and applications in medicine and technology are provided.  The site also contains photographs, including a series of images showing the formation of a satellite drop.
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- Surface Tension
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Metadata instance created November 16, 2006 by Ann Deml
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