Glow in the Dark


Add highlighter ink to make water glow under a black light or phosphorescent powder to really make glowing water.
Glowing water is useful for making spectacular fountains, “magic” potions, and for added pizazz for a party or science project. Chemicals to Make Water Glow in the Dark Ordinarily, water doesn’t glow. There’s actually an exception to this. Water in a nuclear reactor does glow blue due to Cherenkov radiation. […]

How to Make Glowing Water


Glow in the dark crystals are brightest if the crystals are clear rather than colored.
If you think regular crystals are boring, try growing glow in the dark crystals. These magical creations are easy to make, but you need to apply a bit of science to get them to work. Why Glow in the Dark Crystal Kits Don’t Work If you’ve purchased glow in the […]

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You can coat chemicals on hands with hairspray to help keep them from wearing off.
Give your hands or any other skin a ghostly blue glow! It’s easy to do. Glowing Hands – Method #1 Rub petroleum jelly on your hands. They will glow bright blue under a black light. This is a great way to make any skin glow, including skin on your face. […]

Glowing Hands Science Project


Do you want food that glows in the dark? With the exception of certain types of phosphorescent fungi, edibles don’t tend to glow. However, there is some food that glows under a black light. The black light emits ultraviolet radiation, which excites atoms and causes them to release fluorescent light. […]

Food That Glows in Black Light