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Discussion in 'Funny Stuff: Jokes, Quizzes, Games & Pics' started by jakeatolla, Jan 6, 2009.
Frozen Soap Bubbles
I never thought to do that before.
*adds it to school activity list*:tongue:
They look very cool.
That is brilliant. I've got to try it also.
But how does one make frozen soap bubbles? And don't just say put soap in the freezer!
Soap bubbles blown into air that is below a temperature of −15 C (5 F) will freeze when they touch a surface. The air inside will gradually diffuse out, causing the bubble to crumple under its own weight.
At temperatures below about −25 °C (−13 °F), bubbles will freeze in the air and may shatter when hitting the ground. When, at this low temperature, a bubble is blown with warm breath, the bubble will freeze to an almost perfect sphere at first, but when the warm air cools and thus is reduced in volume there will be a partial collapse of the bubble. A bubble, blown successfully at this low temperature, will always be rather small in size: it will freeze quickly and continuing to blow will shatter the bubble.
Soap bubble - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oh wow - you are so..............................................................
oh dear I've gone cross eyed :wtf1: