If you have some dish soap, a mug, and a bright light, we have a science experiment for you to try.
The molecules at the surface of a body of water make a film under tension.
According to scientists working at the Monell Chemical Senses Center, the smell of cilantro usually produces a "love it" or "hate it" response.
If you've ever wondered why blowing on a thin film of soapy water creates bubbles, this is your lucky day.
Soap has been used for cleaning for many years, but it wasn't until modern chemists began to understand its structure that anyone knew how soap worked.
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Soap has a magic ingredient that helps clean clothes and dishes.
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