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VIDEO: THE SCIENCE BEHIND ANTI-BUBBLES


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As is obvious from its name, anti-bubble is the opposite of bubble. An anti-bubble is a droplet of liquid surrounded by a thin film of gas, while a gas bubble is a sphere of gas surrounded by a liquid. Anti-bubbles are formed when liquid drops or flows turbulently into the same or another liquid. This video explains the amazing physics behind anti-bubbles.


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[Source: Physics Girl via YouTube]

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