why does a soap bubble has two surfaces??

Hi Anandita!

A soap bubble has two surfaces. One is the inner surface and the other is the outer surface. A soap bubble consists of two regions of air, separated by a thin film of soap water. When we view from the inside of the soap bubble, we see a concave surface and when we view from the outside of the soap bubble, we see a convex surface.

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