On Saturday, our high-school scientist Priya showed our 13 Junior Scientists how to make Oobleck. Is it a solid or a liquid? Neither, actually! It changes depending on how you handle it. Hit it and it acts like a solid. Leave it alone, and it acts like a liquid. Interesting stuff!Here is Priya showing us what happens when you add baking soda to vinegar: See how it blew up the balloon? That’s because of a chemical reaction that forms gas.
We had a lot of fun making predictions, learning about chemical reactions and playing with our Oobleck. BIG THANKS to Priya for sharing her enthusiasm and science know-how and for showing us how cool science can be!
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