Subject: What, on a particle level, happens when 'cornstarch slurry' turns solid?
Date: Tue Jan 16 10:13:41 2007
Posted by Matt
Grade level: undergrad
School: Taunton's college
City: Southampton State/Province: Hampshire
Area of science: Physics
I am doing a presentation for AS Physics coursework on a specific material its
properties. I am having trouble finding the reasons behind the behaviour of
non-newtonian fluids. I understand what happens, but not why.
Re: What, on a particle level, happens when 'cornstarch slurry' turns solid?
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