In this experiment, a PASCO mechanical wave driver oscillating vertically at an amplitude of ~3 mm was connected to a metal plate with an array of circular cutouts 2 cm in diameter. This setup was used to perturb liquid membranes at set frequencies. Liquid membranes consisting of water, glycerol, and SDS were applied to the holes. A video camera was used to assess the membrane longevity.

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