Date: Sun, 20 Feb 2011 20:13:30
Author: Paul Doherty
Subject: Re: convection
Shampoo companies change the formulations twice a year at least.
Just so they can say "new" on the label.
Look for Glycerol Stearate on the contents.
We use it as flowvis solution mixed 1/10 with water in the heated pie pan convection visualization experiments.
On Feb 20, 2011, at 7:02 PM, Anthony Lapinski wrote:
> Are there shampoos that are made with this sort of thing? Anyone know of
> particular brands?
> email@example.com writes:
>> use Rheoscopic Fluid for flow visualization Great stuff!! available
>> from www.novostar.com --- Wolfgang
>> On Feb 17, 2011, at 4:22 PM, Anthony Lapinski wrote:
>>> I am looking for an easy way to show convection in water. In the past I
>>> put a beaker of water halfway on a hot plate. Turn it on and maybe 10
>>> minutes later add a drop of food coloring. This is hit or miss depending
>>> on the amount of water, when the heat is turned on, etc. Plus the drops
>>> sinks slowly.
>>> Was thinking about using "heavy" particles that are insoluble in water
>>> (e.g., sulfur, flour, etc.) and just heat the entire beaker. Does anyone
>>> have good ideas for this?
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