Saturday, 11 April 2015

Making Gloop

What 's going on ?

Cornflour is made of lots of long, stringy particles.They don't dissolve in water, but they do spread themselves out.This allows the gloop to act both like slid and a liquid.When you roll the mixture in your hands or apply pressure to it, the particles join together and the mixture feels solid.But if it is left to rest or is held up and allowed to dribble, the particles slide over each other and it feels like a liquid.

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