First-Generation Reciprocating Chemical Muscle
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First-Generation Reciprocating Chemical Muscle

Prof. Robert Michelson holds the first generation Reciprocating Chemical Muscle as his graduate student injects fuel to initiate flapping motion apart from any source of ignition, electricity, or combustion. Video by Copyright Georgia Institute of Technology

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