Question: What is slime?
Hypothesis: We think that slime is a fluid that also has viscosity.
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The Science behind it
The process that happens when we mix the borax solution and glue together is called a chemical reaction. A chemical reaction is when two chemicals mix together to make another substance. When we mix the borax solution with the glue, the viscosity becomes thicker to form a fluid called slime.
In conclusion, our hypothesis is correct. We were correct because the slime is a non-newtonian fluid and the slime has a high viscosity. From this experiment, We learned that when we make slime a chemical reaction
occurs. It is a great way to explore science world, while it is very fun to make.
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Comments: Looks incomplete, there are many questions we have about what you are trying to accomplish or learn from this experiment. What is the "slime"? Is it Borax or is it created from Borax? Why?
Question: Your question and hypothesis do not match properly. The question should be what are you trying to learn from the experiment? what is borax? Why are you using it? What are you mixing it with?
Hypothesis: Should be why you think the borax will help the "slime" form. What is the "slime" made out of? What is it?
Science Behind it: You need to explain why the Borax and glue to make "silly slime". The science behind it explains why this process happens.