The Science of Bubbles

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What's a bubble, anyway?

A bubble is a pocket or a round particle of one substance trapped inside another. In most cases, these spherical pockets are made of gas trapped inside of a liquid. And usually, bubbles can lie underneath the surface of the liquid until the surface tension breaks and the gas will escape back into the atmosphere.

Let's see what happens when we use all the ingredients to create bubbles on a large scale.


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