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Bubble Geometry - Bubble experiment from the Science Museum of Minnesota. Links to bubble formula and additional activities source

Bubbles - The Exploratorium looks at the forces that mold bubbles. Includes information, bubble formulae, activity, and Internet resources source

Bubbles - Lesson encourages children to use inquiry skills while doing bubble experiments using dishwashing liquid source

Bubbles: Science or Fun? - Students blow bubbles to test the effect of four differently shaped wands and three geometric figures source

Bubblesphere - Information and bubble formula presented by a professional bubble maker. Links to commonly asked questions about bubbles, soap history, toys, and pictures source

Molecular Forces At Work: Creating Soap Bubbles - Activites show students how surface tension, cohesion, and adhesion relate to soap bubbles. Students make bubbles to observe irridescent colors, thickness, longevity and more source

The Art and Science of Bubbles - Facts, recipes, games and bubble-blowing tips from the Soap and Detergent Association source

The Chemistry of Bigger Bubbles - Introduce students to the properties of bubble making substances and investigate surface tension with these activities. Includes experiment with different formulas source

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