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Water drop impact. Computer artwork of the secondary drop formation following the impact of a water droplet into a liquid. The impact causes the surface of the pool to collapse, creating a rush of water inwards and upwards to form a column. Surface tension effects along the column are causing a secondary drop to form at the top of the column. Shock waves radiate outwards as concentric circular ripples.
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