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Drops , films, bubbles and foams have been extensively investigated in all branches of science and mathematics, and provided inspiration and wonder to all.

The common phenomena associated with these liquid states permeate every area of physics , from the liquid drop model of fission to the bubble foam model of the distribution of galaxies in the universe. Physicists study bubble memories, cavitation, food and drink, clouds …etc where these phenomena are present.

This lecture will examine some of the macroscopic vibrational properties, extremum results and optical interference phenomena associated with soap films and bubbles.

This talk is part of the Cavendish Physical Society series.

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