HOW TO – Make rheopectic slime in less than 15 minutes

HOW TO – Make rheopectic slime in less than 15 minutes

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Here’s how to make your own slime, Syribia writes –

I’ll show how to make your own high quality slime (this slime is not oobleck is not made by starch) in less than 15 minutes (the timing starts once you have gathered the materials) and of course, you will learn about two topics related to slime structure and behavior: Polymers and Non Newtonian fluids (to learn what does Rheopectic means, keep reading).

First we are going to make slime then I’ll explain the science behind slime

HOW TO – Make rheopectic slime in less than 15 minutes Link.

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6 thoughts on “HOW TO – Make rheopectic slime in less than 15 minutes

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    were do we get a slime-a-tron

  2. bridgette says:

    this shows you nothing about how to make slime

  3. bill says:

    if you look underneath the text below the picture, at the end it says How To- then there is a clickable word there with the link in it.

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