Physics

What are antibubbles?

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Learn how to make antibubbles and the science behind these fun, unusual spheres. This cool and unusual demonstration is an easy DIY experiment. Antibubbles are a spherical shell of air enclosing a droplet of water, all submerged in water. Just the opposite of a bubble!

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Creator: Dianna Cowern
Writer: Sophia Chen
Editor: Jabril Ashe
Animator: Kyle Norby

Many thanks to Dr. Howard A. Stone, Dr. Stéphane Dorbolo, Dan Walsh, Ashley Warner

Music: APM – “Social Behaviour” by Frederic Sans

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