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Comment from vishal:
the introduction needs to be fixed. I am not sure if colloids can be called heterogenous. If you take a sample of milk from any part of a cup of milk, it will have similar percentage of fat.
Here, I’m referring to the text of the Introduction: This is a classic example of a guide, some of whose features have deteriorated in newer versions. The introduction write-up was far better in the published version compared to this draft version
Comment by Vishal: As we push the straw down, how do we ensure the foam doesn’t get pushed in?
Comment from Vishal: third photo is with the extension. Next step shows addition of extension.
Comment from Vishal: It is not clear how the thread is fixed at the end of the straw. Can you add a photo showing that step?
Comment from Vishal: third picture is looking misplaced in this step especially because there is no instruction corresponding to it.
Comment from Vishal: we should show how to fix the thumb. place a protractor and mark. Should it be 45 degrees? Can’t we place the palm and mark the position of thumb because I think it is more around 75 degrees.
Comment from Vishal: show how to cut the cardboard to human palm shape, probably by placing the palm on the cardboard.
Comment from Vishal: Children will be receiving a single foam piece of size 5 cm x 5 cm. Can you add one picture showing the cutting of the foam into two parts?
comment by vishal: why do we make holes in the foam piece?
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