Comparing Salt To A Bubble-Making Possible Making

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In conclusion, testing the hypothesis that bubble making can be affected by adding sugar or salt to a bubble-blowing mixture worked very well. My hypothesis, if sugar was added to the bubble making mixture, the bubble would be a lot bigger and stronger then if added with salt because sugar is sticky, making the bubbles bigger and stronger. Salt has sodium and the soap already has sodium in it. In order to do this, the procedures were to first label three drinking cups 1, 2, and 3. Second, measure and add one teaspoon of liquid dish detergent to each cup. Use the measuring cup to add two-thirds cup of water to each drinking cup. After, swirl the cups to form a clear mixture. Add a half teaspoon of table sugar to cup 2 and a half teaspoon of

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