Fluorescent Slime: How Does It Do That?
Thomas T. Earles
This article describes a material with
unusual optical properties that will
generate excitement among students in
grades ranging from kindergarten
through high school. Since the material
fluoresces in green and transmits in red,
it assumes different colors depending on
the angle of the light.
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