Why does soap repel pepper?

Answer

because the water has molecules and soap destroys surface tension of water.
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1. Combine peppers, onion and water and bring them to a boil on the stove-top. Allow them to continue boiling for 20 minutes. 2. Allow the mixture to cool before pouring it through
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The phenomena that you are describing is directly related to the surface tension of the water. Please go to the following website for a more detailed explanation of surface tension
http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/aug2001/99791...
It's not that the soap repels the pepper, but rather soap readily breaks the high surface tension of water. So if you have pieces of pepper in water, as well as a bit of soap, the
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