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Soap bubble foam
A simple model of foam showing how bubbles join together. The understanding of foam structure was advanced by Denis Weaire and Robert Phelan of Trinity College Dublinís School of Physics in 1994 when they improved on a previous model that was a century old. Parts used for this model: *Orbit tetrahedral 'k' atoms as the nodes *Construct-o-straws as the edges

Submitted by: Tom Cochrane - Cochranes of Oxford (UK)


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