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Clip from Scope  |  Ten  |  April 25, 2013

Junior scientist Zac teaches us how to make a bubble snake and explains the science behind this bubbly creature. Bubbles are typically created when gas becomes trapped inside a liquid, usually air in water. But in this DIY project, air is passed through soapy water and a series of tiny holes to increase the lifespan and mass of the bubbles. To make a bubble snake at home, you'll need a spare sock, a water bottle, a rubber band, scissors, dishwashing liquid and some water.

Junior scientist Zac teaches us how to make a bubble snake and explains the science behind this bubbly creature. Bubbles are typically created when gas becomes trapped inside a liquid, usually air in water. But in this DIY project, air is passed through soapy water and a series of tiny holes to increase the lifespan and mass of the bubbles. To make a bubble snake at home, you'll need a spare sock, a water bottle, a rubber band, scissors, dishwashing liquid and some water.

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