This Kitchen Sink Experiment by The Naked Scientists is an activity in making "antibubbles," which are the opposite of "ordinary" bubbles (a thin spherical film of air, and water within and without). Brief text tells what to do, and images and two videos show some of the results. Also, text and a diagram provided an explanation of the physics and chemistry.
Kitchen Sink Experiments: Bubbles that sink: Antibubbles. (2002, February 15). Retrieved May 30, 2016, from The Naked Scientists: http://www.thenakedscientists.com/HTML/content/kitchenscience/exp/bubbles-that-sink-antibubbles/
The Naked Scientists. Kitchen Sink Experiments: Bubbles that sink: Antibubbles. Cambridge: The Naked Scientists, February 15, 2002. http://www.thenakedscientists.com/HTML/content/kitchenscience/exp/bubbles-that-sink-antibubbles/ (accessed 30 May 2016).
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