Make Glowing Water

July 15, 2008 at 1:23 pm Leave a comment

I’m gearing up for my usual Wordless Wednesday photo for About Chemistry. This week I am aiming to post a picture of glowing bubbles, with instructions for how to make them. All I need now is the perfect picture, but I went ahead and made a video of one of the easiest “tricks” for making liquids glow. You make glowing water, which you can add as an ingredient in just about anything. Does it take hard-to-get chemicals? No. I bet you have everything you need sitting in your desk drawer.
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