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Title: Shear hardening in starch solutions

Description: Concentrated starch solutions (typically 50%) exhibit strong shear hardening properties: they almost turn into solid when they are forced to flow. A long liquid filament is however formed when a drop of such a liquid drips from a pipette. The filament finally breaks into smaller satellite droplets.

Credits: Suraj Deshmukh, Jose Bico, Vladimir Entov and Gareth McKinley

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