Preschool Bubbles Fast Facts



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A Bubble may take the form of:

* a pocket of air or gas caught within a solid or liquid
* a spherical liquid film (often of surfactant, occasionally of bubble gum) filled with air or gas
* a metaphor for isolation (e.g. 'living in a bubble')
* a (normally) transparent dome

To blow the perfect surfactant bubble, first mix the perfect solution: Bubble Recipes




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