No. If you are getting air bubbles in the cooling system, you probaby have a bad head gasket or a cracked head.
Air bubbles remaining in the system
Cloudy water is usually the result of dissolved solids in the water, or dissolved air bubbles in the water.
The machine used in fish tanks that makes bubbles is called an air pump or air stone. It add oxygen to the water and keeps the oils from coating the tank.
Aerate the water: pump lots of small air bubbles into it.
It's because of air bubbles in the water. When you freeze the water, air bubbles will get stuck inside the ice,which also is the cause of it's white color
Two of the most common causes of pump cavitation are air in the pump or the fluid being pumped is too hot. Water at 180 degrees will cause the pump to cavitate (steam bubbles form in the eye of the pump on the suction side of the impeller) because of the drop in pressure created on the suction of the pump. This can be corrected by either pumping cooler water, or by raising the net suction head of the pump. Air in the pump can be corrected by venting the pump.
Do bubbles escape when you squeeze a sponge under water air
Water because wter is more dense then air and air is in bubbles
The simplest way is by noticing bubbles where the jets go back into the pool area. Air gets trapped underneath water as bubbles, so if you see bubbles, you have a leak in that line from the filter or pump, leading back to the pool. If all your jets are creating bubbles, then there is an air leak in either your pump or filter.
These bubbles contain air.
Bubbles are formed from soap when they are mixed with water and there is air. When air is present and water is mixed with soap, bubbles will definitely form.
The water falls faster and pushed the water down allowing air in before the water balances out and the trapped air form air bubbles