Physics

How Fluid Can Climb Upward! SLIME EXPERIMENT

Slime exhibits some crazy unusual properties, like viscoelasticity, because it’s a non-newtonian fluid.

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We can use non-newtonian properties to make the fluid “defy gravity” and climb up a spinning rod. This is called the Weissenberg effect.

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