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Justifying dish soap in loops

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So I've seen many people criticize ira-k's suggestion of using dish soap in watercooling loops reprovingly mad.gif . I'm not a watercooler myself (yet) but if I was I'd definitely use a drop of dish soap in my loop. Here's why:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILzrcf4l954
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2suY9h7xnKg&feature=related

Surface tension breaks, molecules go boom. Why not? Imagine it was microbubbles instead of pepper. I tried it at home: I put a glass under the tap, opened it fully and so there were some microbubbles coming up. The bubbles dissappeared at once when my finger touched the water. There you go.
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Both of those videos demonstrate ira-k's statement very well.

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