The Experiments... So far!
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Date: Tue, 2 Jan 1996 12:32:52 -0800
Subject: Putty Experiments
These are the putty experiments that I have tried thus far:
1. Putty is flammable. The flame is intensly bright white, although
it burns slowly. The residual ash left over from the burning
putty crumbles easily.
2. Putty can be microwaved. I microwaved the putty in a drinking glass
for about 3 minutes. Warm putty is extremely sticky, but
when cooled, the putty returns to the same state before the
3. Baking the putty. We baked a small, cookie-sized chunk of
putty in an oven at 450 degrees F for 15 minutes. After 15
minutes, the oven started emitting fumes. We decided to
cancel the experiment. (originally, I was going to bake it
for 30 minutes). What remained on the cookie sheet was
a combination of dried putty (silly-powder (tm)) and ultra-hot
and sticky putty.
1. Silly putty and liquid nitrogen.