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BC: Produced By: Emmy Derouen Katie Cusack Destiny Correia and Gene Banawan

FC: Why are bubbles in a circular form?

1: Bubble History: The surface tension of a bubble is like the stretch of a balloon. \\\\

2: The stretch attempts to shrink the bubble to a very small size.

3: \When there is air trapped inside a bubble then it can't shrink to much because that will compress the air.

4: Scientists refer to bubbles as minimal surface structures.This meant that they always hold the gas or liquid of them with the least possible surface area.

5: Answer: The geometric form with the least surface area for any given volume is always a round shape.

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  • Title: Bubbles
  • Why are bubbles in a circular form?
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