Why the bubble form in the spherical shape only , Physics

DUE TO SURFACE TENSION WATER MOLECULES TEND TO HAVE MINIMUM SURFACE AREA AND SPHERE HAS THE MINIMUM SURFACE AREA FOR A GIVEN VOLUME AND THEREFORE BUBBLES ARE IN SPHERICAL SHAPE ONLY.

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The Bubble''''s shape is spherical so as to reduce the surface tension. With the given volume of liquid,Spherical surface only fits i minimizing tthe surface tension to a greater extent than other shapes viz. cylindrical,cubical etc. and hence the shape is spherical

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