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written by Jens Eggers
See this site for an explanation of drop formation and related images.  You'll find description of studies into drop separation and applications in medicine and technology.  The site also contains photographs, including a series of images showing the formation of a "satellite" drop.
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Keywords: drop, droplet, ink-jet, satellite drop, surface
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Record Updated: Aug 19, 2016 by Lyle Barbato
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