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Give your puddle of ideas a refill with the vibrant sound of water drips. Liquid forms drops because it has surface tension. One easy way to form a drop is to let liquid flow very slowly from the end of a tube. The surface tension of the liquid causes it to hang from the tube, forming a pendant. When the drop grows beyond a certain size it is no longer stable and falls. The main source of sound when a droplet hits a liquid surface is the noise of moving bubbles trapped underwater. These bubbles are responsible for most liquid sounds, such as running water or splashes, as they actually consist of many drop-liquid collisions.