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60.3 MB (60.0 MB compressed)
5619 x 3750 pixels
47.5 x 31.8 cm ⏐ 18.7 x 12.5 in (300dpi)
KYM COX / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY KYM COX / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Soap bubble foam, macrophotograph. Soap bubbles form the lowest energy state possible, known as a minimal surface, as a result of the balancing of surface tensions. This concept has important applications in many areas of science, from surface catalysis to fundamental physics. The bubbles seen here are said to be random because of the variations in bubble size and disordered because their positioning does not conform to a regular configuration.
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