The Physics of Bubbles, Antibubbles, and all That

by Ryan C. Rankin

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Bubbles are a familiar phenomena so common in our everyday lives that hardly ever do we

stop to consider physical properties of these strange objects. From the quantum foam of the

microcosm or the tingle in our mouths with the ingestion of a carbonated beverage, to

perhaps even the largescale structure of space-time itself, bubbles play important (and

uncredited) roles in everyday phenomena.


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