A chemist showed how alcohol looks under a microscope
Alcohol (from Arabic al-kuhl - “antimony”, through Latin. Alcohol, in medieval Latin, this word means all sublimation products) —in Russian, it most often acts as a synonym for phrases ethyl alcohol (ethanol) and alcoholic beverages (that is, drinks containing ethyl alcohol in significant concentrations).
Alcoholic beverages - beverages containing ethanol (ethyl alcohol, alcohol). The concept of "alcohol (alcohol) products" is used in merchandising and in determining taxes and excise taxes on goods.
In the 90s, scientist Michael Davidson (Michael W. Davidson) placed a drop of dried alcohol under the microscope and photographed them with a 1000-fold increase. When he saw photographs that looked like bright abstract paintings, he suggested using them for images on ties. After almost 10 years, his idea was picked up by the scientist and entrepreneur Lester Hutt, who founded the BevShots brand.
Let's see what kind of beauty will splash inside us on corporate parties and holidays. And we are already drooling and anticipating.