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What happens when a charge is placed on the surface of a bubble


Question asked by: achamma

Asked on: 19 Jan 2010

When a charge is placed on the surface of a bubble, the bubble pops.

This is because the charge draws and repels some atoms and this causes stress on the surface of the bubble, and that causes the bubble to break because there is an unequal distribution of charge.

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Replied at: 20 Jan 2010
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