• Oxford scientists crack case of why ketchup splatters from near-empty bottle

    9 days ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / Getting those few last dollops of ketchup out of the bottle can lead to unexpected splattering.
    Ketchup is one of the most popular condiments in the US, along with mayonnaise, but getting those few last dollops out of the bottle often results in a sudden splattering. "It's annoying, potentially embarrassing, and can ruin clothes, but can we do anything about it?" Callum Cuttle of the University of Oxford said during a press conference earlier this week at an American Physical Society meeting on fluid dynamics in Indianapolis, Indiana. "And more importantly, can understanding...
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