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Bubble town !!!!!!. Angela Allen. What are bubble’s?. A bubble is a spherical mass of gas surrounded by a liquid or solid. . Shapes of bubble’s . Bubbles. Bubbles.

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bubble town

Bubble town !!!!!!

Angela Allen

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What are bubble’s?

  • A bubble is a spherical mass of gas surrounded by a liquid or solid.
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Bubbles

Bubbles

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White light is separated into colors as it reflects from the two surfaces of a thin film. Where the two reflections interfere constructively, they produce a band of color. Where they cancel each other, that color is subtracted from the spectrum.

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Bubbles

Bubbles

BUBBLES

BUBBLES

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Chemical makeup & processes

  • The bubble has a thin sheet of water sandwiched between two layers of soap molecules.
    • Hydrophilic
    • Hydrophobic
  • To make a bubble:
    • 10 cups of water
    • 1 cup dish soap
    • Glycerin (Glycerin make’s bubble’s last longer
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Hydrophilic- Having an affinity for water, absorbing or dissolving in water.

  • Hydrophobic- Tending not to combine of dissolving in water.
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Materials needed

  • Liquid dishwashing soap
  • Glycerin ( from drug store)
  • Gallon jug
  • Dishpan or flat plan (like a big cake pan)
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Procedure

  • Add 2/3 cup of soap to a gallon of water. And the soap last so you don’t get a jug full of suds.
  • Add one tablespoon of glycerin, which will help your bubbles last longer. (ask at a drug store).
  • IMPORTANT:
  • Don’t use any lotion- type soaps. Soap for dishwashing machine wont work.
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Every day use for bubbles

Every day use for bubbles

  • Leisure
  • Special occasions
  • Kids play time
  • Help blow your pain away
  • When wedding bells ring
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Helpful websites

  • www.bubbles.org
  • www.exploration.edu
  • www.yahoo.com
  • www.google.com