Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Jan 1, 1992 - Education - 64 pages
One of the most popular GEMS guides, students, grades 5-9, combine fun and intense enjoyment with an exploration of important concepts in chemistry and physics through imaginative experiments with soap bubbles. Investigations include: devising bubble-blowing instruments; employing the Bernoulli principle to keep bubbles aloft; creating bubbles that last for days; and using color patterns to predict when bubbles will pop.
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