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Don't Burst your Bubble with Soapy Solutions

Bubbles fascinate both children and adults with their beautiful shapes and colors. Such simple ingredients—soap and water—create mesmerizing examples of both geometry and chemistry. By experimenting with bubbles, you have the opportunity to learn about surface tension, elasticity, minimal surface structures, and how to blow really, really big bubbles!

Building: Santan Hall (SANTN)
Room or Location: 103




Natural Science

Elementary school & under

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