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Oobleck : State Of Matter

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Mason Kiesel

on 20 April 2015

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Transcript of Oobleck : State Of Matter

I have found out that oobleck is a non - Newtonian fluid. That is because a non - Newtonian fluid is something that has the properties of a solid and a liquid. Oobleck has properties of both solids and liquids.
Oobleck
Oobleck : State Of Matter
Oobleck has properties of solids and liquids. All fluids have a property called viscosity that describes how the fluid or liquid flows or how thick it is.
Properties of Oobleck
Oobleck's viscosity isn't constant if you apply a lot of pressure to it , it gets hard like a solid , if you stop applying pressure it flows through your hand like a liquid.
Properties of Oobleck 2
Another example of a Non-Newtonian fluid is ketchup but it acts the exact opposite of oobleck. If you apply pressure to ketchup it gets less viscous and if you leave it on the shelf or something to that sort it gets more viscous.
Non-Newtonian fluids
Newtonian fluids are the opposite of Non-Newtonian fluids. A Newtonian fluid is any fluid that has the same viscosity no matter what type of force is applied to it unlike Non-Newtonian fluids.
Newtonian fluids
Many different fluids are Newtonian like water, certain oils, and air. These are Newtonian because they do not change there viscosity when pressure is applied to them.
Example of a Newtonian fluid
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