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Thyxophyllic Goo (Chemistry)

Thyxophyllic Goo (Chemistry)
Thyxophyllic Goo (Chemistry)
Thyxophyllic Goo (Chemistry)
Thyxophyllic Goo (Chemistry)
Thyxophyllic Goo (Chemistry)
Thyxophyllic Goo (Chemistry)
Thyxophyllic Goo (Chemistry)
Thyxophyllic Goo (Chemistry)
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Thyxophyllic Goo by Bryce Hixson

An opportunity to explore mixtures vs. compounds, and physical vs. chemical changes. Cornstarch is thyxophyllic, meaning that it loves pressure. Add a small amount of water to a pile of cornstarch, work the water in, and form a cornstarch ball. As long as you keep pressure on the ball, it looks and behaves like a solid. As soon as you take the pressure off, it turns into a runny, gooey mess.
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6 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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