Written by cadickens.
Posted on October 26, 2012.
The girls and boys at Club Scrub at the Paris, AR Boys and Girls Club have been enjoying learning about polymers and other great information. In these pictures, Pre-health Professions Recruiter, Chris Dickens, is showing students how to make atomic slime.
This was some good fun for the students. They learned how the atomic slime can “light up” with a black light and how it can act as a liquid and a solid at the same time. This is why it is called a “Non-Newtonian Fluid.” The students learned all about monomer liquids, which can flow easily and are not sticky. They also lea…