Subject: How does soap break the surface tension of water?
Date: Sun Oct 4 17:13:06 1998
Posted by Joy
School: UMass Dartmouth
City: N. Dartmouth State/Province: MA
Area of science: Physics
I had an argument with a friend about how soap works. We did a little
research and found out that soap works by breaking the surface
tension of water. My friend believes that it is the soap bubbles that
make that happen, I don't agree with her. Can you help us resolve
Re: How does soap break the surface tension of water?
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