It's easy to make a mentos and soda eruption glow. All you need to do is use tonic water or diet tonic water instead of the usual diet soda and shine a black light on the fountain.: How the Glow in the Dark Mentos & Tonic Water Fountain Works
Chemistry in everyday life Have you ever wondered why chemistry is so important? Why do we study chemistry? We all are made of chemicals and everything around us is made of chemicals. Everything we hear, see, smell, taste, and touch involves chemistry an
Middle School Science Fair Projects And Science Toys
~ glow stick xylophone ~put the glow sticks in cups of water and an aura comes off in the dark, when you tap them ~ probably the coolest thing ever ~ this would be a fun activity for our first grade SOUND unit ~
Chemistry is a fascinating science, but it's often taught poorly in today's boring schools. Here's how chemistry should be taught: by mad scientists! Here's Neatorama's list of the Top 10 Mad Science-Worthy Chemistry Experiments
Glowing Ice: Made with glow water (yellow ice) and tonic water (blue ice) under a black light. These would be great to sit drinks bottles in at a glow in the dark party. Glow water pin is also on this board.
Glow in the dark water (empty out a highlighter and dilute with water) Need a black light for this one too.