Different Kinds of Slime
By: Cassandra Woodlee
Slime with salt
Slime with sugar
Slime with corn meal
Slime with baking powder
Dependent- how well the slime turned out
Controlled- tablespoon of glue and each ingredient 1/2 teaspoon
The original slime was the best it wasn't to runny or to rubbery.
The sugar slime was very runny like liquid; the baking powder slime was squishy but also had lots of access water; the corn meal slime was also runny with glue and water on top and corn meal on bottom; the salt was dryed up and rubber feeling as well.
Not making a polymer because glue is already one, but just changing the properties by adding different ingredients.
What should of happened
Salt- get hard, break easily, not bounce, and be able to squeeze water out of it.
Cornmeal- kind of like the original but gritty feeling.
Baking powder- not as hard as salt but pretty hard and crumbles also. When mixed should of floated on top of the borax.
Sugar- doesn't form a ball, doesn't bounce, just stretches