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Formation of Round and Hollow Unicellular Particles by Spray Processing As Shown By High-Speed Photography

Major collection: Science & Technology
Named collection: Harold E. Edgerton Collection
Object type: film: 16mm
Maker: Date made: 1954; 1974
Materials: Kodak print stock
Measurements: 150'

Title: Formation of Round and Hollow Unicellular Particle by Spray Processing as shown by High speed Photography, shows film being loaded in camera, strobe bulbs Man blows soap bubble, pops it with a finger, close-up slow motion shot of finger piercing the bubble White powder is heated in a beaker over Bunsen burner, liquid is put in a sprayer, man looks at sprayed slide in microscope, see particles, slow motion shot of chaotic spray action (EH)