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A High-Frequency Water Jet, and Ultrasonic Flame

Naturevolume 134pages737738 (1934) | Download Citation

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If two capillary jets of water impinge upon one another, one may observe several interesting things, some of which are recorded below. Fig. 1 shows the double nozzle used. It is made of glass with holes about 0·5 mm. in diameter at the tips, and is provided with a spreader. A water pressure of about 0·3 atm. was used.

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  1. Research Department, Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co., Toledo, Ohio

    • JOHN J. HOPFIELD

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