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Soap bubbles, their colours and the forces which mold them

being the substance of many lectures delivered to juvenile and popular audiences with the addition of several new and original sections

by Sir Charles Vernon Boys

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Published by Dover Publications in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Surface tension,
  • Bubbles

  • Edition Notes

    Property of Self-Sustaining Programs. Program enrollment use only. Click on the link in the LOCATION box for more information.

    Other titlesSelf-Sustaining Programs Collection.
    Statementby C. V. Boys ; with a new preface by S. Z. Lewin.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination192 p. :
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15605432M
    ISBN 100486205428
    LC Control Number59014223
    OCLC/WorldCa11631865

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Boys book is about years old and is flat out the best first book on bubbles. It takes you through a lot of interesting experiments that Boys did into areas that are very remote from soap and bubbles.

Full of "oh, wows", it is a book that I reread about once a year (I do bubbles professionally, and every rereading contains new insights for me).Cited by:   CHAPTER 1. SOAP-BUBBLES. THEIR COLOURS. AND THE. FORCES WHICH MOULD THEM. Introductory. I DO not suppose that there is any one in this room who has not occasionally blown a common soap-bubble, and while admiring the perfection of its form, and the marvellous brilliancy of its colours, wondered how it is that such a magnificent object can be so Brand: Dover Publications.

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[C V Boys]. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Soap-Bubbles and the Forces Which Mould Them by C. Boys - Free Ebook Project GutenbergCited by: Get this from a library. Soap bubbles, their colours and the forces which mold them. [C V Boys] -- An elementary introduction to the scientific principles relating to soap bubbles, includes numerous illustrated experiments.

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(Charles Vernon), Pages: soap-bubbles, and the forces which mould them. I do not suppose that there is any one in this room who has not occasionally blown a common soap-bubble, and while admiring the perfection of its form, and the marvellous brilliancy of its colours, wondered how it is that such a magnificent object can be so easily produced.

Click to read more about Soap Bubbles: Their Colors and Forces Which Mold Them by C. Boys. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(3). In the words of C.V.

Boys (from Soap Bubbles: Their Colors and Forces Which Mold Them"), "There is a difference in the conditions of the reflection at the first and second surfaces of the water-film. At the first surface light is reflected from the material in which it travels more slowly, while at the second it is reflected from the material.

It’s a little book by an English scientist who wrote for children about soap bubbles (‘Soap Bubbles: Their Colours and the Forces Which Mold. Soap bubbles, their colours and the forces which mold them Boys, Sir Charles Vernon, New York, Dover Publications, “Being the substance of many lectures delivered to juvenile and popular audiences with the addition of several new and original sections.” The Science of Soap Films and Soap Bubbles Isenberg, Cyril New York, Dover.

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Boys, first published inwas reprinted in and is still inexpensively. Soap Bubbles: Their Colors and Forces Which Mold Them by Charles Vernon Boys An excellent primer and the classic work on the topic of soap bubbles and films, this book employs simple experiments to establish a practical basis for the existence and function of surface tension and energy minimization/ Soap Bubbles: Their Colors and Forces Which Mold Them by C.

Boys. Dover Publications. Paperback. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text.

Possible ex library copy, that’ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. This provides students with easy access to soap film mathematics, and should provide ample motivation to continue with the standard differential geometry.

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Soap bubbles appear colourful in the sun in spite of low coherence because the soap film is thin. Soap films can be as thin as tens of nanometers meaning that light has to be only coherent for a femtosecond for interference to happen -- and this is very comparable to the cycle time of the light itself so that coherence is practically assured.

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A nearly spherical bubble can be repeatedly and reversibly generated (blown up and off) from a soap-water drop at the end of a capillary by: Minimal Surfaces and Soap Bubbles (basic differential geometry, variational calculus) C.

Boys, Soap bubbles, their colours and the forces which mold them, Crowell (). Semi-scientific intro to the physics of soap bubbles. Isenberg, The Science of Soap Films and Soap Bubbles, Dover (). A complete account of the physics of soap films.

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