File:Louche effect grapefruit-cello.webm
English: Water is poured into a solution of 75.5% ethanol and essential oils from grapefruit rind. As the water lowers the concentration of ethanol, the oils come out of solution and form a microemulsion; this is called the "ouzo effect" or "louche effect".
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