Probably the same person who invented soap, and right after he used it for the first time.
The bubbles of a soap has no colour compared to the soap because when the soap mixes with the water it looses its colour and the bubbles formed are colourless.
When you add salt to soap it will make more bubbles. not bigger bubbles but more bubbles.
When the soap gets wet it causes it to produce bubbles.
I belive liquid soap makes more bubbles
No, salt does not have an effect on soap bubbles.
it makes more bubbles in soap water because of the different ingredients. for example good SOAP makes lots of bubbles! useless soap makes no bubbles, because the good soap has better ingredients, so soap water must have some kind of ingrediant they use in soap and that's why it makes more bubbles.
This is purely anecdotal, but Joy dish soap seems to work best if you are trying to make soap bubbles, especially monster bubbles.
Cyril Isenberg has written: 'The science of soap films and soap bubbles' -- subject(s): Soap bubbles
dawn has the most dish soap bubbles...hope i helped u
some soap fell into a bucket of water and the solution accidentally got mixed with a spoon therefor creating your bum
Soap bubbles in the air are usually full of air. Bubbles in the ocean or in a pond or swamp can be full of methane.
Soap and water; soap and bubbles.
Adding more detergent while making soap, will result in more bubbles.
Soap Bubbles - 1897 was released on: USA: October 1897
Normal bubbles? If you mean normal, floating soap bubbles, POP THEM!
Soap has good surface tension, which makes it easier to form bubbles. Foam is just lots of bubbles.
no, both cold and hot water can affect soap bubbles
Soap Bubbles - 2011 was released on: USA: 3 October 2011
Bubbles are made out of thin films of soap.
You can blow bubbles.......
Dove soap does not make bubble bath. The soap that Dove makes do make great bubbles for bubble bath though.
the joy dishwashing soap
No you need a special soap.
My dog LOVES bubbles and/or soap.
Hi this is a soap bubble.
Making Soap Bubbles - 1897 was released on: USA: May 1897
If you mean bubbles of soap and water that you blow, no they can not.
If you have bubbles coming out of your kitchen faucet, you have a venting problem. It has nothing to do with soap in your faucet.
Dawn the soap
The best way to make childrens soap bubbles is to use dish soap and water.. it works really well and my nieces and nephews love it
The water melts the dry ice giving of the gaseous carbon dioxide and the soap traps it into bubbles. Similar to blowing bubbles from a bubble wand.
The inside of soap bubbles is commonly filled with air or gas. In most cases, a natural gas will be enclosed inside the bubble.
Soap bubbles sink because they have no air to make them keep floating, so therefore they tend to automatically fall onto surface.
Yes, the colder the temp, the longer the bubbles last.
It is called a bubble wand.
Light transmitted through the bubbles, results in the colour.
hand soap i think i just did an experiment.
It is a mixture. A homogeneous type of mixture because each substance is equally mixed. Bubbles are made of alcohol, soap, and vinegar. :D
lather is when -water- and -soap, or shampoo mix together to create suds and so suds are the type of form where they look like bubbles . Plus I am a 10 year old and tomorrow is going to be my birthday!
You burp bubbles
it is made up of soap
"des bulles" soap bubbles = des bulles de savon
When hydrogen passes through a soap solution it forms bubbles. The bubbles are then tested with a splinter to test the potency of the hydrogen.
Bubbles cannot just be made with plain water; you need to add soap or something else like that. Shampoo, bubble bath, soap etc...
you put water into any container you may have at the time and then your put as much as soap as you would like then mix and you get bubbles and water at the bottom
The answer is in this question itself. one pound.
because light waves interfere with the soap bubbles
There is no chemical reaction. Lathering is just air bubbles getting trapped inside the liquid. Soap has a high surface tension, and so if you introduce air bubbles inside it, they tend to stay for a while (unlike water for instance, where the air bubble won't stay for long and will just rise to the surface and fall out). This is also why you can blow soap bubbles (but not water bubbles).
Within the Space of the Soap Bubbles - 2007 was released on: USA: 15 October 2007 (Los Angeles, California)