When the temperature sinks below 5 degrees Fahrenheit, bubbles will begin to freeze.
What’s Going On?
A bubble’s shell is composed of a layer of water molecules surrounded by two thin layers of soap. Technically, a bubble will freeze below 32 degrees Fahrenheit like all water. The only problem is that bubbles tend to burst after a few seconds, so in order to see a bubble freeze, the temperature needs to fall to a temperature that will freeze water molecules more quickly.
So, will frozen bubbles last forever?
I wish… The air within a frozen bubble will slowly leak out, and the frozen shell will crumble under its own weight. Also, if you blow the bubble using your warm breath, the air will cool causing a drop in pressure which will collapse the bubble further.
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