Animal Husbandry and Management of Babillas – TvAgro by Juan Gonzalo
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Photoshop Photomontage Tutorial (Advanced)
Once your two solutions are ready, pour the borax solution into the other container and mix it with the colored glue mixture. Mix the two solutions together. You can do this with your hands. Watch the slime begin to take shape – voila, you’ve just made your own slime!
Now, try making other pieces of slime using other colored dyes – be creative with all the colors and create fun slime! Don’t forget to place your slime inside an airtight container to prevent it from growing mold.
Slime is a viscous liquid material similar to sticky mud. It is somewhere between liquid and solid, which makes it a lot of fun to play with. Looking at our experiment, slime was created by mixing glue and borax solution. The question is: what is it about glue and borax that they behave this way and produce slime?
The glue mixture is expected to behave like a liquid and therefore flow. When we include borax in the mixture, it prevents the glue from flowing normally. Thus, the result is a liquid-like material that does not flow. This type of material is called a polymer.