Q. Why do soap bubbles disappear after some time?
Ans. A soap bubble is formed from soap and water. So, when the water present in the bubble gets soaked up by the dry air around it or gets evaporated, then the skin of the bubble keeps on getting thinner and thinner and finally causes the bubble to pop.
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