@dbnegrila1 asked 6 months ago.

How do you make Oobleck without cornstarch and flour?

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@Benjii answered 4 months ago.

How Do You Make Oobleck Without Cornstarch
  1. Take half cup water in a disposable plastic container.
  2. Add food coloring to the liquid. ...
  3. Add half cup school glue to the water. ...
  4. Take another container and mix half cup of water and the same quantity of liquid Borax in it.
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@owuguverr answered 6 months ago.

Oobleck is an awesome science experiment for kids because it’s fun and easy to make, and it does a great job of demonstrating the difference between a solid and a liquid. The main ingredient in Oobleck is cornstarch which is a powdery substance that’s easily turned into a liquid when exposed to water.
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@axarrenewa answered 6 months ago.

Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid, which is a fancy way of saying it acts like a liquid but a solid.
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@ymmetattu answered 6 months ago.

Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid, which means it has different properties depending on how much pressure is put on it. It’s a great kid’s science project and a neat way to teach basic physics. You can make it with only 3 ingredients: cornstarch, water, and food coloring.
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@akottissecu answered 6 months ago.

Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid, which means that it behaves differently than you’d expect from normal liquids. It’s a great activity for kids as it teaches them about the properties of non-Newtonian fluids.
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