Atomic Glow Is the Secret Coloring Ingredient
The liquid lights up with an eerie green glow!
Under normal light, the Atomic Glow coloring turns the water a cool greenish-yellow color. But Atomic Glow gets its name from the color that appears when you flip on the black light. When Atomic Glow coloring is exposed to black light, the material actually glows an eerie green color that looks… well… atomic!
What does it teach?
This special coloring agent fluoresces under the mini black light. When the energy from the black light “excites” the fluorescent dye, you end up with a brightly glowing, very exciting, addition to any (water-soluble) experiment! (For the full glowing effect, you will need to purchase a large black light.)
Atomic Glow reacts to the energy in black light
Add just a few drops of Atomic Glow to almost any of your favorite experiments and you are ready for a the perfect Halloween Science lesson… but you don’t have to wait for Halloween, Atomic Glow will “brighten up” your science classroom any time of year!