Yariv Ziv’s Conductive Putty

Conductive putty made from Electric Paint, PVA glue and Borax.

“Over the weekend I did a little experiment with the Electric Paint. I mixed it with some PVA glue and Borax. What I got was a kind of Silly-Putty material which was cool. It conducted really well. At first I believed it might have been due to the combination of water and Borax (which is kind of salt). But when I dried it, it still conducted, which must be an effect of the Electric Paint. I thought it was worth sharing!” – Yariv.

 

Materials To begin you will need:

Electric Paint
PVA Glue
Borax

Step 1

Mix PVA glue with Electric paint in 1:1 ratio.

Step 2

Add 1/4 spoon of Borax to 250cc warm water

Step 3

Pour the mixture slowly into the water and Borax and stir. Then put the cup aside for couple of minutes and then squeeze it together to mix.

Step 4

There you have it! Conductive Silly Putty! Why not try out this experiment yourself?

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