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 Do soap bubbles last longer in hot or cold water?

Answer Generally, soap bubbles last longer in hot water than in cold water. This is because hot water is more soluble than cold water. Bubbles are formed from soap when soap molecules are combined with wa... Read More »
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Do soap bubbles last longer on warm or cold days?

Soap bubbles are formed when air is blown through a mixture of soap and water. Water evaporates faster when the weather is warmer, so soap bubbles will last longer during cool weather.References:Ph... Read More »
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Do bubbles last longer in cold or hot water?

Bubbles typically last longer in cold water. Although other factors like airflow come into play, water tends to evaporate faster in warm weather than cold weather. This is because the hotter it get... Read More »
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Do bubbles last longer in hot or cold weather?

Bubbles last longer in cold weather. Warmth excites molecules, so in warm weather, the molecules in a bubble are more active, making the bubble burst more quickly. Other conditions that extend a bu... Read More »
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Will a soap bubble made from a cold temperature bubble solution last longer?

Soap bubbles last longest in a cold solution as opposed to a warm solution because the of the evaporation caused by hotter temperatures. At colder temperatures, the bubbles take much longer to evap... Read More »
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