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GeneralRe: Finally, a Mathematically Accurate Way to Predict the Behavior of... Bubbles PinprotectorDaveAuld13-May-13 13:01 
GeneralRe: Finally, a Mathematically Accurate Way to Predict the Behavior of... Bubbles PinstaffTerrence Dorsey13-May-13 13:49 
GeneralRe: Finally, a Mathematically Accurate Way to Predict the Behavior of... Bubbles PinprofessionalBrisingr Aerowing13-May-13 13:18 
NewsFinally, a Mathematically Accurate Way to Predict the Behavior of... Bubbles PinstaffTerrence Dorsey13-May-13 12:29 
The forms the bubbles take have always been a little bit mysterious -- not only to amateur scientists, but to professional ones, as well. While single soap bubbles are fairly straightforward things -- gas, trapped in liquids -- much more complex are the single bubbles that fuse together into composite structures of trapped air: foams. And when bubbles become foams -- when they glom onto each other to create the weird and wobbly little wonders... -- they behave differently than single bubbles do.... The forces behind all that wobbling and wonder-making, however, are different from the forces that determine when each bubble pops -- making it notoriously difficult to predict bubble behavior.
Computer models that might account for all the different phases in the lifespan of a bubble.
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