Black Light Science

Flick on a black light and uncover a whole new world only visible under UV light.
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Flick on a black light and uncover a whole new world only visible under UV light. Many everyday materials fluoresce, or glow, when placed under a black light, including: tonic water (quinine), vitamin B12, chlorophyll, teeth, some rocks and minerals, dollar notes, cotton balls, honey, turmeric (a spice), and more!

A black light gives off highly energetic ultraviolet light. You can't see this part of the spectrum, which is how 'black lights' got their name. Fluorescent substances absorb the ultraviolet light and then re-emit it almost instantaneously.

Explore the fascinating world of UV light with this unique educational kit, jammed-packed with hands-on Black Light activities. Specifically it includes everything you need to complete ten activities about black light science, UV light, luminescence, fluorescence and more.

Age: 8+

What You Get

Black Light Science. Model number 10137. Kit contents: I x black light, 2 x highlighters, glow in the dark slime, black construction paper and an info-packed science learning guide for performing ten fun activities. Requires three AAA batteries (not inlcuded).

Projects Included:

  • Go Bananas
  • Sneaky Sleuth
  • Glowing Flowers
  • Funny Money
  • More!

Teach

  • Black lights
  • UV light
  • Luminescence
  • Fluorescence

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

More Information
Length (cm) 13
Width (cm) 21
Height (cm) 6
UPC 043067101372
Age Group 9-10 Years, 11-12 Years, 12+ Years
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