Scientists Use Sound Waves To Make Instant Coffee In Midair [Video]

Scientists Use Sound Waves To Make Instant Coffee In Midair [Video]
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Researchers from Zurich successfully levitate organic objects.

Yi Chen
  • 17 july 2013


Researchers form the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich have successfully used sound waves to levitate small objects. They’ve put the technology to good use by creating instant coffee through levitating and colliding a small droplet of water with a granule of coffee.

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