It's commen sense actually,it's due to diff in air pressure by pressing it creates low
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A medicine dropper is used to make it easy to give someone liquid medicine. ... A
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Jun 7, 2011 ... Last time we explained how to make a Cartesian Diver. You fill a clear plastic
bottle with water and place an eye dropper in it. The eye-dropper ...
dropper in the medicine, and let go of the rubber top to suck up the ... A nipple will
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Calibrated medicine droppers are often used to deliver small doses of liquid
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If you have a medicine dropper or a basting tube with a rubber bulb at one end,
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Does the medicine need to be kept in the refrigerator, or out of the heat or light?
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How Does It Work? Squeezing the bottle causes the diver to sink because the
increased pressure forces water up into the diver, compressing the air at the top
a glass tube with a hollow rubber bulb at one end and a small opening at the
other, for drawing in a liquid and expelling it in drops; medicine dropper. 3.