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MAGNETIC SLIME

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kaitlyn mcdole

on 7 April 2015

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Transcript of MAGNETIC SLIME

- Regular slime with iron oxide powder added to make it magnetic
Magnetic
Slime
- Liquid starch
- Elmer's glue
- iron oxide powder
- A neodymium magnet
What you
need to
make it
Hypothesis
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If i add more iron oxide it will have a greater magnetic force.
Instructions
Put 1/4 cup liquid starch and 1/4 cup Elmer's glue in a bowl
Also add the iron oxide into the bowl
Then mix together all liquids and take it out of the bowl and roll it into a ball and use a paper towel to dry the slime after that your done and you can get a magnet to play with it.


THE END
Conclusion
What is magnetic
slime?
MAGNETIC

SLIME
MAGNETIC SLIME
VIDEO ON HOW TO MAKE MAGNETIC
SLIME

MAGN
ETIC

SLIME

101
By: Kaitlyn McDole
THE END!
Iron oxide hypothesis
How it works
The slime has iron oxide inside of it which makes the slime magnetic
and the neodymium magnet attracts the slime creating a magnetic force
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