1Q40.85 - Feynman Reverse Sprinkler
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- Robert Ehrlich, "2.9 - Recoil Force on a Bent Straw", Why Toast Lands Jelly Side Down, p. 34.
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- Christopher P. Jargodzki and Franklin Potter, "# 108 - Reverse Sprinkler", Mad About Physics, p. 38.
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