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Densely packed colloidal suspension, called paste, remembers the direction of applied forces, such as vibration and flow, and these memories kept in paste can be visualized as morphology of desiccation crack patterns. For example, when the paste remembers the direction of vibration, all primary cracks propagate in the direction perpendicular to the direction of initial vibration. On the other hand, when the paste remembers the direction of flow, all primary cracks propagate along the directiondoi:10.1051/epjconf/201714012007 fatcat:etpj7l7shvcmjef4ra2wsal6d4