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Seeing Tonic Water Glow: Weekly Science Activity

See tonic water glow under a black light  / Hand-on STEM experiment

In this week's spotlight: a chemistry-focused family science activity that puts light energy, ultraviolet light, and visible light on display. With ordinary tonic water and a black light, families can learn more about ultraviolet light. What happens to the glow when you add a bit of bleach to the tonic water? Put it to the test to find out!




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