Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2005 15:35:39 -0400

Author: Stephen Irons

Subject: Re: Time Reversal

Post:

Hi All,

We just ran it with much success. We use Karo syrup as the newtonian
liquid and for dye we mix food coloring into a small amount of the
syrup. We then inject it into the Couette cylinder. We just put some
video of it on our demo web site. You can view it at the following link:

http://econtent-01.its.yale.edu/physics/demos/demomain.asp?
task=viewdemo&id=4F10.10

Over time, we see some diffusion of the dye (probably due to the
liquid in which the food coloring is suspended), but on the scale of
the demo, it is not a problem.

Hope this helps.

-Stephen.

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On Sep 30, 2005, at 1:23 PM, Zigmund J. Peacock wrote:

> Taplers, I just did the "time reversal demo" it went well in fact I
> got a good round of applause.
>
> The question I have of you who do this, what do you use to dye
> the glycerin?
>
> I used food coloring which is OK ,but do any of you use a dry
> powder dye?
> If so what? Zig
>
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