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Published on Oct 15, 2012

Video Courtesy: Roberto Zenit, National Autonomous University of Mexico.

When falling onto another liquid layer, water droplets typically bounce then coalesce. If the surface is vibrating, however, the droplets will continue bouncing, as seen in this video.

The scientists used soapy water for the droplets and tap water for the surface.

More info from our blog post: http://bit.ly/T5E7yi

ArXiv article: http://arxiv.org/abs/1210.3538

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