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AP8627 - $26.85
Wow your students as you demonstrate a basic chemiluminescence experiment. You will prepare two solutions and pour them simultaneously into a flask. Voila! A beautiful blue glow! An instruction sheet with a short history of chemiluminescence is provided....
AP8926 - $39.31
An exciting two color demonstration of chemiluminescence. A mixture of solutions is prepared, the lights are dimmed, and hydrogen peroxide is added. The mixture first glows red and then, amidst vigorous frothing and evolution of heat, an eerie blue...
AP8978 - $23.95
Tired of chemiluminescent experiments that only last for a few seconds? Now you can demonstrate the conversion of chemical energy into light energy for nearly 10 minutes. Simply turn down the lights, combine two solutions and then listen to the oohs...
AP8983 - $43.35
An exciting demonstration showing the solubility of a gas in water and the conversion of chemical energy to light. Using the old-time ammonia fountain demonstration we've added a “special twist” by having a chemiluminescent reaction also take place...
AP9118 - $11.95
Add a few teaspoons of Instant Light crystals to water and watch as the solution immediately produces an eerie blue glow that will last for several minutes. Instant Light is a mixture of dry chemicals, including luminol, that when added to water produce...
AP7385 - $40.81
A new twist on an old favorite! The catalyzed decomposition of hydrogen peroxide is a prolific oxygen generator. It’s even more wonderful when yeast is the catalyst and light stick chemicals are added, creating volumes and volumes of glowing foam....
AP7378 - $37.15
A fun way to shed some light on core chemistry concepts! Using common glow sticks, students learn about chemiluminescence, pH optimization, acid–base chemistry, and the action of a catalyst. Compare the effervescent glow of light sticks with different...
AP7290 - $79.10
Captivate students’ attention with four “enlightening” demonstrations about chemiluminescence! • When light is produced without heat, that’s cool! Pour two solutions together to illustrate the light-producing reaction that takes place when luminol...
AP7421 - $61.80
Try this amazing demonstration! Construct a model volcano using polyurethane foam, and then produce a fiery lava flow using the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide and light stick chemicals. An awesome display of chemical reactions simulating a volcanic...
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