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Middle School - Grades 7-9
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Using Chemiluminescence to Study the Effect of Adding Milk or Sugar on the Antioxidant Level of Tea [E]
Build a portable continuous triboluminescence generators using adhesive tape and analyzed properties of the energy emitted. [E]
See if it is possible to increase or decrease the brightness of dinoflagellate and the amount of time they glowed by changing the amount of light vs. darkness in the dinoflagelates circadian rhythm. [E]
Can Homeland Security Benefit from the Use of Heat and Light Sensitive Inks? [E]
Destruction of Natural Pigments by the Interaction of UV Light and Oxygen [E]
What type of light bulb charges zinc sulfide the most effectively? [P]
Establish the maximum quantity of copper catalyst required in a chemical solution to obtain the fullest intensity of luminescence possible. [E]
Can the toxicity of chemicals be shown by how much they reduce bioluminescence of bacteria? [P]
The effect of the type of gas inside a light bulb has on the brightness of the light
What is Chemiluminescence?
What is Bioluminescence?
Interdisciplinary Topic: Sun & Light
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Build a device to measure the intensity and duration of light produced by glow sticks and other glow-in-the-dark materials. [E]
Investigate how the bioluminescence of the marine dinoflagellate Pyrocystis lunula is affected by changes to its light-dark cycle. [E]
The effect of varying zinc concentrations on the bioluminescence of Cypridina hilgendorfii, a marine shrimp. [E]
Bright, Luminescent Silicon Nanoparticles for Biological Applications [E]
Luminescent Silole Nanoparticles for Chromium (VI) Detection [E]
Show that soybean plants emit chemiluminescence and that chemiluminescence levels can be altered in the presence of an oxidizing/reducing agent. [P]
Does the source of light cause different outcomes in a photochemical reaction? [E]
The efficiency of light production by luminol [E]
Quantifying the effect of tungsten illumination on color rendering of low-pressure sodium [E]
What is Chemiluminescence?
What is Bioluminescence?
Interdisciplinary Topic: Sun & Light
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