Subject: why do bubbles disappear when they reach the water surface?
Date: Sun Jul 16 18:06:24 2006
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Area of science: Physics
Good morning. I would like to know why air bubbles disappear when they reach
the water surface. Is it because of air pressure outside the water acting on
the air bubbles which causes them to burst at the water surface. Please
enlighten, I would really like to know why. Thanks and have a nice day.
Re: why do bubbles disappear when they reach the water surface?
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