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Soap molecules have two ends — one end likes to stick to water, and the other end is repelled by water.  The bubbles you see when you wash your hands are caused by this property of the soap molecules.  The soap molecules “surround” the water molecules, with the “water sticky” bits pointed towards the water, and the “water repellent” bits pointed away from the water.  This is what the surface of a soap bubble is — a thin layer of water sandwiched between the soap molecules.

Soap molecules have two ends — one end likes to stick to water, and the other end is repelled by water. The bubbles you see when you wash your hands are caused by this property of the soap molecules. The soap molecules “surround” the water molecules, with the “water sticky” bits pointed towards the water, and the “water repellent” bits pointed away from the water. This is what the surface of a soap bubble is — a thin layer of water sandwiched between the soap molecules.

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