Subject: Would the material Chlorophane act as a good Thermoluminecent?
Date: Tue Dec 5 22:12:01 2006
Posted by Shawn
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Rochester State/Province: NY
Area of science: Physics
I was wondering if the material called Chlorophane, would act as a good
Thermoluminecent? I had read online that this material glows when it is
lightly heated. If it was somehow protected against corrosion, do you guys
thing this would make a good experiment? Thanks and have a awsome holiday!!
Re: Would the material Chlorophane act as a good Thermoluminecent?
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