GLOWING RESULT: UC Irvine undergraduate student Stephen Sasaki combines luminol with sodium hydroxide and hydrogen peroxide and potassium ferrocyanide to produce photoluminescence during a Super Scientist lesson for fifth-graders at Sonora Elementary School on Wednesday, May 9.
( May 14, 2012 )
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