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Making Antibubbles

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Have you ever seen a bubble that's made of air instead of water? Antibubbles are just like bubbles, but the roles of the water and the air are reversed. With a little practice, you can make your own underwater antibubbles.


The hypothesis is that it is possible to make underwater antibubbles with a little practice.

Method & Materials

You will need to create a clean water surface, add some soap to the water, and fill a glue bottle with soapy water. Then, you will need to place the tip of the water-filled squirt bottle near the water surface and give it a gentle puff and squeeze to create a single water globule.
You will need a kitchen sink, a large clean jar, an Elmer's glue bottle, and dishwashing detergent.


The experiment showed that it is possible to make underwater antibubbles with a little practice. The antibubbles display rings of color at the bottom of the bubbles, rather than at the top like normal soap bubbles.

Why do this project?

This science project is interesting and unique because it involves creating something that is not commonly seen - an antibubble.

Also Consider

Experiment variations to consider include using different temperatures of water and vibrating the antibubbles to extend their lifetimes.

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