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from Brown Corpus
There are no data published in the literature on the shape of low viscosity drops to confirm the above formulas.
However, there are photographs of suspended drops of cyclohexanol phthalate ( viscosity 155 poises ) suspended in corn syrup of 71 poises in a paper by Mason and Bartok.
If it is assumed that the formula given by Lodge of cosec Af applies, the pressure difference along the major axes can be calculated from the angle of inclination of the major axis, and from this the interfacial tension can be calculated.
This appears to be high, as would be expected from the appreciable viscosity of the material in the drops.