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Monster Musume (Japanese: モンスター娘のいる日常, Hepburn: Monsutā Musume no Iru Nichijō, "Everyday Life with Monster Girls") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Okayado.[a] The series is published in Japan by Tokuma Shoten in their Monthly Comic Ryū magazine and by Seven Seas Entertainment in the United States, with the chapters collected and reprinted into eighteen tankōbon volumes to date. Monster Musume revolves around Kimihito Kurusu, a Japanese student whose life is thrown into turmoil after accidentally becoming involved with the "Interspecies Cultural Exchange" program.




4 : Everyday Life with a Slime


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K-beauty brands like Cosrx, Missha, and Mizon sell wildly popular sheet masks, creams, and bottles of straight-up slime that tout miraculous benefits, from smoothing fine lines and wrinkles to reducing the appearance of acne scarring and hyperpigmentation to giving you that supple, dewy glow that has become the bar for skin-care influencers, coveted by every beauty fan with a pulse.


The slime product behaves sometimes as a liquid and in other cases as a solid. Such behavior is called "viscoelasticity" and materials are said to be "viscoelastic". Liquids can be poured and solids maintain their shape. How does this material compare as a solid and/or a liquid?There are a number of variations that can be made to this experiment. By adding 1 teaspoon of talcum powder or cornstarch to the polyvinyl alcohol in the first step, the polymer properties can be changed. The talcum powder or cornstarch act as "filler" and result in a very different product and behavior. In industry, fillers such as talc and carbon black are added to crosslinked polymers to adjust and vary properties such as color and strength. Filler also reduces the cost of the product since the filler materials are generally inexpensive.The addition of glitter or confetti to the polymer solution makes a very attractive slime!Put your slime in the refrigerator or freezer to cool it below room temperature. Be sure it is in a plastic bag or wrapped in plastic wrap so it won't dry out. How do the properties of the polymer change with temperature? Do plastics behave differently outdoors in freezing weather compared to indoors at room temperature?For a more elaborate experiment, have different groups of students use different amounts of sodium borate. For example, divide students into 5 groups. Have one group add 2 ml of borax to 100 ml of PVOH solution. The others groups should add 4, 8, 12, and 20 ml of borax to the 100 ml of polymer solution, respectively. This should more easily demonstrate the effects of crosslinking on the properties of the polymer. Using more sodium borate results in more crosslinking. Students can stretch or roll the slime into long ropes and determine which slime (which amount of crosslinking) is best for this.For high school chemistry classes, refer to the article Casassa, E.Z., Sarquis, A.M., Van Dyke, C.H., J. Chem. Ed., 63, 57, 1986, for details about the chemistry of polyvinyl alcohol slime.


In scientific terms, slime is classified as a non-Newtonian fluid. These are thick liquids that have a variable viscosity. Viscosity is a measurement of the resistance to flow when a shearing force is applied. Newtonian fluids have a constant viscosity depending on their composition. For example, water is always a thin liquid with a low viscosity. Molasses is thick and has a high viscosity. Non-Newtonian fluids, like slime, have a different viscosity based on the amount of force put on them. If a small amount of force is applied, such as stirring them slowly with your fingers, they feel thin and water-like. If a high force is applied, like throwing it against a wall, the resistance is very strong. They are called non-Newtonian fluids because they do not behave as predicted by Newton's laws. Other materials that also behave like this include ketchup, gelatin, glue, and quicksand.


While the intermixing of the polymer strands will give some built-in viscosity, a cross-linking agent is also present in slime to give it the non-Newtonian fluid behavior. Cross-linking agents are ions that help temporarily connect polymer strands with relatively weak ionic bonds. These bonds are strong enough to hold the polymer strands together but not strong enough to make the mass a solid.


The polymeric materials are responsible for the important characteristics of slime. The most commonly used material is polyvinyl alcohol (PVA). PVA is a long chain polymer that has a backbone of carbon molecules with numerous hydroxyl (OH) groups attached. In a typical slime formula, about 2% PVA is needed. Another similar polymer is polyvinylacetate (PVAC). This has a slightly different chemical makeup but it behaves in the same way as PVA when a gelling agent is added. Certain "natural" polymers can also be used to produce slime. Common examples include guar gum, which is derived from the bean of the guar plant, methylcellulose, which comes from plants, and cornstarch.


While the polymeric materials give slime its substance, a gelling agent is needed to give it the non-Newtonian liquid behavior. In classic slime formulations, sodium borate (Borax) or sodium tetraborate is used. When dissolved in water, sodium borate dissociates into sodium ions and borate ions. If a polymer is present like PVA, the borate ions interact with the polymer chains and form weak ionic bonds that make the solution thicker. These bonds also give the ability to stretch when a force is applied. Typically, sodium borate makes up about 2% of the final product. The ratio of the polymer to the gelling agent is one factor in determining the consistency of the slime.


"The slime life is fantastic! Slime Diaries, the hugely popular four-panel spin-off comic that has sold over 500,000 copies, is making its debut as the first That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime spin-off anime! "I got hold of some valuable paper, so I've decided to write down the experiences I've had in diary format. I'll start it off with... hmm... 'I got reincarnated as a slime.' And that was when my adventure... when my... adventure..." Fun and humorous tales of the everyday lives of Rimuru and his friends in Tempest offer prime reincarnation entertainment, slime-style![4]


To learn more about slime mold nutrition, Latty helped her colleague Audrey Dussutour presented Physarum with 35 recipes made of different ratios of the elements it needs to survive, protein and sugar, creating a kind of slime mold creme brulee. They found that slime molds will avoid food sources that will harm them and prioritize food that will help them.


In addition to his teaching, Muckstadt has consulted with dozens of corporations about their supply chain management and other operations, which has resulted in better financial performance and preventing jobs from moving offshore. "All faculty wish all of their students do well in life -- as Cornell students are among the chosen. I can teach skills to make students successful, but I want to teach students that they need to use their skills for societal good," he said.


Li had been combing the scientific literature for clues to how to make a better surgical adhesive, something that could repair a delicate organ without causing the damage of stitches or staples, or the risk of air or fluid leaks. As he and his colleagues report Thursday in the journal Science, this slug-slime-inspired material could help a lot.


The secret to the slug slime is that it can bond to surfaces in three different ways. It contains a chemical called a primary amine that has a positive charge. When it interacts with tissues and cells, which are negatively charged, the two surfaces attract like clingy laundry in the dryer. The material can also bond chemically to tissue, and it can physically attach by intertwining surface proteins like tangled telephone cords.


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Kayak life vests are often crafted from strong materials with a high number of Denier (thickness) to ensure the best possible buoyancy. This typically includes fabrics like Nylon, Gaia, Kapok, and PVC.


For additional confidence in your size choice, compare the size of the vest you chose with similar vests from other brands and their recommendations. Alternatively, read reviews from people who have already purchased that particular life vest.


A kayak life vest with multiple D-rings and rod holder loops for fishermen is what a paddleboard with extra bungee storage is to a paddler. It is a handy asset to have when taking a break from the activity and wanting to relax while snacking on something or browsing social media.


So, we took it upon ourselves to create an in-depth guide for you to consult with before making the purchase. The following kayak life vests, as a result of the rigorous testing, turned out to be the best-performing ones:


From the legal perspective, kayaking without a life jacket is not punishable. Besides the law enforcing life jackets to be worn by children under the age of 13, there aren\u2019t any other kayak-specific orders.\nThis means that if you have a life vest within the close proximity in the kayak, you are most likely to not be fined or prosecuted.\n" }},"@type": "Question","name": "What is the best life vest for kayaking?","url": " -life-vest/#Whatisthebestlifevestforkayaking?","answerCount": 1,"acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "What is the best life vest for kayaking?\nTo avoid accidents when kayaking, you need to make sure your gear is of the highest quality. Apart from a\u00a0dry bag\u00a0and a pair of\u00a0waterproof watches,\u00a0your kayak life vest should be your top priority.\nSo, we took it upon ourselves to create an\u00a0in-depth guide\u00a0for you to consult with before making the purchase. The following kayak life vests, as a result of the rigorous testing, turned out to be the best-performing ones:\n\nNRS Chinook Fishing Life Jacket\nStohlquist Waterware Edge Life Jacket\nColeman Comfort Series Life Vest\nKokatat Women\u2019s Life Jacket\nOnyx MoveVent Dynamic Life Vest\nNRS Vapor Life Vest\nStohlquist Men\u2019s Trekker Life Jacket\nAbsolute Outdoor Onyx Inflatable Life Jacket\nAstral V-Eight Life Jacket\nEyson Inflatable Life Jacket\n\nRead full reviews of each kayak life vest on DIVEIN.COM by clicking the links above.\n" ,"@type": "Question","name": "Do inflatable life jackets expire?","url": " -life-vest/#Doinflatablelifejacketsexpire?","answerCount": 1,"acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "Technically speaking, life jackets don\u2019t have an expiration date. Practically speaking, however, their material does tend to lose its ability to maintain buoyancy with frequent wear.\nAs a result of the wear and tear of the vest\u2019s material, the performance of the jacket starts decreasing (which isn\u2019t what you want when stranded in the middle of the river). For this reason, try your best to keep your life jacket in a dry and cool place and check for signs of abrasion after every use.\n" ,"@type": "Question","name": "What should you wear to kayak?","url": " -life-vest/#Whatshouldyouweartokayak?","answerCount": 1,"acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "When choosing what to wear for a kayaking trip, you should take into consideration the weather conditions on that particular day. Mild conditions, therefore, will require you to wear hiking-like attire that involves a\u00a0waterproof jacket, quick-drying bottoms, and water-resistant shoes.\nFor colder weather, think about wearing a dry suit (instead of a wetsuit that is warm weather-friendly) made from a waterproof material like, for instance, Neoprene. It insulates your entire body by keeping a thin water layer heated by your warmth near your skin.\n" ,"@type": "Question","name": "At what age do you have to wear a life vest?","url": " -life-vest/#Atwhatagedoyouhavetowearalifevest?","answerCount": 1,"acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "The general guidelines for wearing a life vest when kayaking vary from one state to another. That said, the average age of children who must wear a life jacket is 13.\nThis number may increase or decrease depending on the regulations adopted by the kayaking safety officials.\n" ]}Related Reviews Review of: Delta Traverse 17.5 T Read full review 041b061a72


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