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glow in the dark slime!!!

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alise garza

on 24 May 2015

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Transcript of glow in the dark slime!!!

GLOW
slime Alise garza Mrs.mata

Variables
Independent: glow paint and slime
Dependent: hot and cold areas
Control: amount of glow paint used

Observation
The slime that was in the cold area had a greater glow then the one in the hot area.
The one in the hot area had no glow at all.
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Testable question
How can i make things glow in the dark?
Will they glow if they are 2 different temperatures
Materials
Elmer's glue
Borax
2 bowls
A hot plate
Ice
Glow paint
Water
A plastic bowl to keep the slime in.
procedures
1. in 1 bowl mix 4oz of glue and a cup of water together. in another bowl mix 1 teaspoon of borax and water until borax is gone u cant see it anymore. Add glue solution the mixture of borax and water solution, then add a bottle of glow paint to the 2 mixtures.
Then split the goo in half and place 1 in the cold area and the other in the hot area. Wait a couple of minuted then see which one has a greater lumosity.
Hypothesis
If i use a bottle of glow paint and 2 different temperature places, then one of my goo's will glow more.
My conclusion
My hypothesis was correct one of my slime's were gonna glow. and the slime in the cold area had a greater lumosity then the one in the hot area.
Sources
www.chemistry.about.com
www.pinterest.com
www.tipjunkie.com
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