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In the second half of the 1870s Reynolds’ research in fluid mechanics underwent a shift towards more general phenomena such as the progression of dispersive surface waves in deep water and the motion of vortices, the latter made visible by coloured dye traces in water. He also made fundamental contributions in physical science concerned with forces caused by the communication of heat between a surface and a gas, explaining the operation of the Crookes light mill and constructing the experiment by means of which his ideas on this were validated.