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Alpha science classroom: freezing bubbles in Winter

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Children's favorite is blowing bubbles, in different seasons, children blowing bubbles indoors and outdoors, children most want to have a non-breakable multicolored bubble, flying in the sky. Today, Alpha science classroom makes bubbles together with the children, together to observe whether the bubbles will freeze outside to prolong the existence of indoor bubbles. freezing bubbles is cool, but not so easy! So how do children freezing bubbles in winter? Let's do this interesting kids' science experiment and witness the magic of science!

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Alpha science classroom: formula for freezing bubbles

  • 1 cup of warm water

  • 2 tablespoons corn syrup

  • 4 tablespoons detergent

  • 1 bubble stick

  • 1 mixing bowl

 Alpha science classroom: How to make freezing bubbles

Step 1: children add all ingredients to the mixing bowl and mix together, stir slowly, wait 30 minutes, the syrup takes a while to fully fuse, and then mix all ingredients evenly.

Step 2: children first try to blow two bubbles indoors to see the quality of the bubble solution.

Step 3: children wear clothes, blow a bubble outside the cold, wait for the bubble to freeze, and observe its changes.

Finally, the children are successful, you will see the frozen bubble has changed, this simple kids science experiment is very cool. Instead of the very transparent sparkling of the indoor bubbles, they became a bit cloudy {as he called them}. You could tell the bubbles were freezing and forming a shell. This was definitely evident when the freezing bubbles popped and left behind partially frozen pieces of the bubble!

A bubble is a super thin layer of soapy water and inside it is filled with air.

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The film that makes the bubble has three layers. A thin layer of water is sandwiched between two layers of soap molecules. Each soap molecule is oriented so that it's polar (hydrophilic) head faces the water, while its hydrophobic hydrocarbon tail extends away from the water layer.

That means that whatever shape a bubble has when it is first formed, it will try to become a sphere. That’s because a sphere is a shape that has the least surface area and requires the least energy to achieve.

Alpha science classroom:How do bubbles form?

Alpha science classroom told the children that the bubble is a super thin layer of soapy water and inside it is filled with air. The film that makes the bubble has three layers. A thin layer of water is sandwiched between two layers of soap molecules. Each soap molecule is oriented so that it's polar (hydrophilic) head faces the water, while its hydrophobic hydrocarbon tail extends away from the water layer. That means that whatever shape a bubble has when it is first formed, it will try to become a. That’s because a sphere is a shape that has the least surface area and requires the least energy to achieve.

Alpha science classroom wants to tell children that this is simple scientific knowledge, children can also through their own imagination, find more science projects about bubbles, to observe the magic in bubbles. Children can also choose the alpha science toys bubble science toy suit, to explore more about the bubble mystery, become the most powerful bubble show talent, still waiting for what, come together to create more bubbles!


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