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This is how to turn sugar into colorful flames!
posted May 2 2011 19:24.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is an interesting tutorial from Periodic Table Videos to have fun with chemistry. Pete uses a spectacular method to reveal the emission spectra of several metallic ions. The experiments are simple and straight forward to do. Equip yourselves with protective googles and some fire extinguishers...



[Link: Periodic Table Videos]
Tags: chemistry   how to   trick   revealed   fire   theory/tutorial   experiments   games and fun   
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  • At 2 May 2011, 21:50:27 user Panagiotis wrote:   [reply @ Panagiotis]
    • i can't understand what is the material he used for the color.... he has very annoying pronunciation












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