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The Chemistry of BubblesMary Michael Lillicrap
 The pressure against the filmwill be equal on both sides.
SHAPENo matter what initial shape a bubblehas, it will always eventually evolve into asphere. Sphere occupies least surfa...
All bubbles consist of 3layers Soap-Water-Soap Hydrophobic VSHydrophilic hydrocarbon
Bubbles can merge Same size  Different size*regardless of size they will meetat 120 degrees.
Bubble “life” Unfortunately, all bubbles willeventually pop once the layer of waterevaporates To extend the time of a bu...
• 18TH CENTURYBUBBLES ARE F-U-N!!EXCELLENT TEACHING TECHNIQUEHTTP://SPONGEBOB.NICK.COM/VIDEOS/CLIP/INT_SPO_YOURBRAIN_DANCI...
Works Cited Helmenstine, Anne Marie. "Bubble Science."about.com. About.com, 2013. Web. 7 Apr. 2013.<http://chemistry.abou...
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  1. 1. The Chemistry of BubblesMary Michael Lillicrap
  2. 2.  The pressure against the filmwill be equal on both sides.
  3. 3. SHAPENo matter what initial shape a bubblehas, it will always eventually evolve into asphere. Sphere occupies least surface area Less area= less energy Surface tension
  4. 4. All bubbles consist of 3layers Soap-Water-Soap Hydrophobic VSHydrophilic hydrocarbon
  5. 5. Bubbles can merge Same size  Different size*regardless of size they will meetat 120 degrees.
  6. 6. Bubble “life” Unfortunately, all bubbles willeventually pop once the layer of waterevaporates To extend the time of a bubble,glycerin can be added to the solution 10 day bubbles?!
  7. 7. • 18TH CENTURYBUBBLES ARE F-U-N!!EXCELLENT TEACHING TECHNIQUEHTTP://SPONGEBOB.NICK.COM/VIDEOS/CLIP/INT_SPO_YOURBRAIN_DANCING.HTMLImplications
  8. 8. Works Cited Helmenstine, Anne Marie. "Bubble Science."about.com. About.com, 2013. Web. 7 Apr. 2013.<http://chemistry.about.com/od/bubbles/a/bubblescience.htm> Klarreich, Erica G. "Foams and Honeycombs."American Scientist 88.2 (2000): 152. ExpandedAcademic ASAP. Web. 11 Apr. 2013.<http://go.galegroup.com.candycorn.lipscomb.edu/ps/retrieve.do?sgHitCountType=None&sort=DA-SORT&inPS=true&prodId=EAIM&userGroupName=tel_k_dlhs&tabID=T002&searchId=R1&resultListType=RESULT_LIST&contentSegment=&searchType=BasicSearchForm&currentPosition=1&contentSet=GALE%7CA60000178&&docId=GALE|A60000178&docType=GALE&role=> Pepling, Rachel. "SOAP BUBBLES." Chemical&Engineering News. American Chemical Society,2003. Web. 7 Apr. 2013.<http://pubs.acs.org/cen/whatstuff/stuff/8117sci3.html>
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