Soap Bubble Chemistry

High schoolers investigate soap bubbles. In this soap bubble chemistry lesson, students observe a demonstration using pop-it beads to represent a soap molecule. High schoolers produce soap bubbles in the lab by making bubbles with a large bubble maker. Students use geometric wire models to investigate planes, lines and angles produced when the lines and planes intersect.

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9th - 12th
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Inquiry-Based Learning
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