How do you make a polymer bouncy ball?
To make bouncing polymer balls, follow these steps: Label one cup “Borax Solution” and the other “Ball Mixture.” Pour 2 tablespoons of warm water and 1/2 teaspoon of borax powder into the cup labeled “Borax Solution.” Stir the mixture to dissolve the borax. Add food coloring if desired.
What is the science behind making bouncy balls?
When the glue mixture was added to the borax, the borax acted as a cross-linker, hooking the glue’s molecules together to form the rubbery bouncy ball. The cornstarch was added to help bind the molecules together so the ball would hold its shape. The ball can bounce because of the cross-linked polymers.
How do you make bouncing slime?
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How do you make a bouncy ball without borax and glue?
To make a bouncy ball without using Borax, you can use baking soda, glue, water, and food coloring or cornstarch, water, and food coloring. Simply combine your ingredients to make a bouncy toy that you can play with at home.
Why are bouncy balls so bouncy?
Store-bought bouncy balls are made of rubber, another material that is made up of polymers. When the bouncy ball is stretched, these polymer chains uncoil and straighten. When released, the chains coil back up again. This makes the material stretchy and bouncy.
How do you make a ball out of paper at home?
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How do you make homemade balls?
Optional: Disposable rubber gloves.In a cup mix the warm water and the borax.In another cup mix the glue, cornstarch, and food coloring.Pour the glue mixture into the water-borax cup.The glue mixture will harden after 10 seconds; use a fork to take it out of the water. Roll the mixture in your hands to make a ball.
How do you wrap a ball with paper?
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How do you make old fashioned paper?
How To Give Paper an Aged LookPre-heat oven to lowest setting. Crumple up your piece of paper into a ball, then smooth it out and place in your baking sheet.Pour hot coffee over your paper. Sprinkle instant coffee over your paper.Let stand for a few minutes, letting the coffee crystals “blossom.”
How do you make homemade paper without mold?
How to make recycled paperCut or tear your paper scraps into small pieces. Pour enough cool water into your bowl to just cover your paper and push the scraps down into the water if it’s trying to float. Once the paper is mushy, either transfer it to a blender or use an immersion blender to process it until it forms a thick pulp.
How do you make paper deckle?
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How do you make paper scraps?
Tear up your scrap paper into small (about one-inch) pieces and place into a blender or food processor. Fill the blender or processor with warm water. Blend the paper bits until the pulp is smooth; start blending on a slow speed and increase the speed as the pulp becomes smoother.
How do you make something with paper?
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How do you make a paper mold?
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How do you make a paper pulp mold?
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Can you mold paper?
At any point during the molding you can wet your hand and moisten the paper. You can also spray it lightly with a spray bottle. There you go! The paper is completely applied to the mold.
How do you make molded pulp?
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