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This site includes a short QuickTime movie illustrating bubbles full of helium.
Mathematicians analyse beer bubbles to peer deeper into the structure of materials
BBC news story of why bubbles fall in stout beer
The science behind bubbles in champagne including some great images of bubbles bursting as they reach the surface.
A page explaining where bubbles get their iridescent colour from.
The story on how did champagne got its bubbles.
A look at the science behind the bubbles in carbonated drinks.
Why do you see rainbows in soap bubbles or on oil and water? Explanation of thin film interference from HowStuffWorks.com
Find out the science behind champagne bubbles from where do they come from and where the pop sound comes from.
In this video, chemical physicist Andy Alexander explains the science behind the fizz in alcoholic drinks.
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