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Q: how can you make a colliod
A: with Corn Starch Science Experiment ...The goo you will produce in this experiment is an example of a colloid, a mixture in which particles of any one type of matter are suspended in another type of material. [ The cornstarch particles are so small you may not be able to see they are actually separate from the water unless you look at the mixture under a microscope. Cornstarch is commonly
used in cooking to thicken up liquids to make gravies and sauces. You will see why when you are done with this experiment. If you are working with children, allow them to do as many steps on their own as they can. This facilitates the learning process and encourages independence and self confidence. nstructions Things You'll Need: * 1 cup of cornstarch * 1/2 cup of water * Liquid food coloring of your choice * Glass or metal mixing bowl 1.Pour one cup of cornstarch into the bowl. 2. Slowly pour 1/2 cup of water into the bowl. 3.Add a few drops of food coloring to the mixture. 4.Use your fingers to mix the water and cornstarch together. Make note of what the mixture feels like. Squish the mixture around. Squish, squish, squish! ]
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User: how can you make a colliod

Weegy: with Corn Starch Science Experiment ...The goo you will produce in this experiment is an example of a colloid, a mixture in which particles of any one type of matter are suspended in another type of material. [ The cornstarch particles are so small you may not be able to see they are actually separate from the water unless you look at the mixture under a microscope. Cornstarch is commonly used in cooking to thicken up liquids to make gravies and sauces. You will see why when you are done with this experiment. If you are working with children, allow them to do as many steps on their own as they can. This facilitates the learning process and encourages independence and self confidence. nstructions Things You'll Need: * 1 cup of cornstarch * 1/2 cup of water * Liquid food coloring of your choice * Glass or metal mixing bowl 1.Pour one cup of cornstarch into the bowl. 2. Slowly pour 1/2 cup of water into the bowl. 3.Add a few drops of food coloring to the mixture. 4.Use your fingers to mix the water and cornstarch together. Make note of what the mixture feels like. Squish the mixture around. Squish, squish, squish! ]
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