Why are bubbles round?

Written by burbuja. Posted in FAQ

Bubbles and balloons have much in common! Scientists refer to them as “minimal surface structures.” Or as my mother would say, the law of least effort on the part of nature!

This means that nature tends to keep gas or liquid inside them with minimum possible area. The geometric shape with the lower surface for any volume is not always a sphere and a pyramid or a cube or any other shape.

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