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I know that if I get bar soap or shampoo in bath water with bubbles from my bubble bath liquid, it will pop all my bubble bath bubbles. I was wondering what kinds of things I could experiment with that might keep the bubbles from popping? Is there anything that could affect them?
I was thinking maybe there are some things i could try putting in the water that would help keep the bubbles from popping, maybe salt or vinegar, or something. But I don't know why any of these would work if they did. Could you help me please?
Re: I want to experiment with bubble bath some. I know that if I get bar soap or shamppo in the water it will pop all my bubble bath bubbles. What kinds of things can I experiment with that might keep the bubbles from poping? Is ther anything that could affect them? _______________________________________________________________ Greetings - Your question was not submitted to the MAD Scientist Network for the following reason: Please provide further specifics. As it stands it would be difficult for us to find an answer to your question. Questions may be resubmitted via http://www.madsci.org/submit.html Hi Elizabeth - It looks like you have made some interesting observations! It would help us if you could give an idea, even a general one, regarding what sorts of experiments you might like to try, and how you do them. For instance do you want to try to blow soap bubbles using different solutions? Make bubbles then add things to the solution to see what happens, etc. Cheers.. Lynn Bry, Admin MadSci Network ________________________________________________________________ MadSci Network http://www.madsci.org/ email@example.com
Re: I want to experiment with bubble bath.
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