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Glow In The Dark Products

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Jake Vaughn

on 5 June 2014

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Transcript of Glow In The Dark Products

Background of Glow in the Dark Products
Discovered by Henning Brand
Highly reactive and gives off a faint glow when reunited with oxygen
All glow in the dark products contain phosphors
Commonly used in children's toy
Relations to Nuclear Chemistry
Radioactive elements are found in glow in the dark objects
Glowing in the dark is called luminescence which is a matter of chemistry
How Do things Glow in the Dark?
Three ways that things glow in the dark:
A chemical called phosphors makes things glow in the dark
Glow in the dark uses:
Chemiluminescence helps animals that live in the deep ocean survive
Glow in the dark paint
Glow in the dark shoes
Advantages/ Disadvantages
Gives you light without electricity
Helps wildlife survive
Increases global warming
Bad for environment
Glow in the dark road markings
Glow in the dark clothing/ blankets
Reflective tape is the most common alternative aside from electrical and natural sun light
Website Title: Smithsonian Ocean Portal
Article Title: Bioluminescent Animals Photo Gallery
Date Accessed: June 05, 2014

Title: HowStuffWorks
Article Title: How does glow-in-the-dark stuff work?
Publisher: HowStuffWorks.com
Electronically Published: May 25, 2000
Date Accessed: June 04, 2014
Glow In The Dark Products
Jake Vaughn
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