Why bubbles are round

Bubbles appear when a thin film (like soap water) traps gas (such as air). The molecules in the film are drawn to each other and shrink to the smallest possible area.

The smallest area that can wrap around a volume is a sphere, meaning the film will shrink to cover a sphere.

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Why are bubbles round?

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