Microwave Marshmallows Experiment

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Microwave Marshmallows Experiment

MICROWAVEMARSHMALLOWS EXPERIMENT

WHY DO MARSHMALLOWS DO THIS?

3O SECOND MARSHMALLOW--Very poofy, soft and squishy-Had a hole in it after microwaving-Left liquid marshmallow goo on the plate

1 MINUTE MARSHMALLOW--Not very poofy-Hard in some parts, soft in some parts right after microwaving-Left liquid marshmallow goo on the plate-No holes-After a few minutes, turned brown, went rock hard and caramalized

BY:HEATHER STANLEY

EXTRA!!! Another fun thing to microwave is ivory soap. Just put it in the microwave for about a minute for really cool results.

When you microwave a marshmallow, the air bubbles in it warm up and expand, and it puffs up. Sometimes overinflated air bubbles burst, and the marshmallow deflates. When the marshmallow cools off, the bubbles shrink and the sugar hardens again, making it dry and crunchy. Marshmallows cooked for too long turn brown or black inside because the sugar gets so hot that it starts to burn and carmalizes.

WARNING:DO NOT MICROWAVE:-Plastic-iPhone 5S-Take-out boxes-Lightbulb-Eggs (in the shell) -Dried hot peppers-CDs-Styrofoam-Chip bags-Metal-Chocolate chips-Rasins-Grapes-Paper brown bags-Nothing

PUFFY VS SQUISHY

MARSHMALLOW JOUSTING


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