Grade 7 Science Experiment 2 - The Science of Bubbles
The purpose of this science fair project is to explore the science behind bubbles. Bubbles can occur in many things from soap to chewing gum. A soap bubble is a thin film of soap particles that is filled with either air or gas. Bubbles are fun to create in chewing gum and by blowing into a liquid through a straw. Bubbles occur in soda drinks as well to help them keep their fizz and taste. In essence, all liquids have the ability to make bubbles.
This science fair project consists of exploring how temperature affects the life span of a bubble. Does a cold environment stop a bubble's life short or does a warm environment help a bubble live a longer life?
The temperature of the environment affects the life span of a bubble.
Temperature of an environment - room temperature, warm temperature, cold temperature
- Drinking glass - make sure that it is clear
- Measuring spoons - teaspoon
- Drinking straw
- Plastic wrap
- Liquid soap you use to wash pots and pans
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