Chemistry of Fireworks Colors | Munsell Color System; Color Matching from Munsell Color Company
How does a pyrotechnician, a scientist, translate chemicals into a fireworks art display for the viewer's enjoyment? To answer this question, we not only have to know how the elements and chemicals all around us can be manipulated to produce light and color, but we also need to know how the observer, us humble humans, SEE what we think of as "color."
UV Blacklight Photography Tutorial (Ultraviolet-Induced Visible Fluorescence) - Photo Extremist
In this ultraviolet photography tutorial you will learn how to use the UV best black lights to photographically remix the reality around you by inducing visible fluorescence. Continue reading →
The Electromagnetic Spectrum – How do I remember it?
Find a way to remember the electromagnetic(EM) spectrum. There are many examples online, and Youtube is a good choice to start. Then be creative and come-up with your own. Once you have done it, sh…
Electromagnetic Spectrum and Energy Power Point
The power point covers the electromagnetic spectrum, light, photons, waves and their characteristics. the relationship between frequency, wavelength, and the speed of light are introduced with the formula for speed of light. Calculating the energy of the electromagnetic waves is also covered with in...
electromagnetic spectrum - Energy waves produced by the oscillation of an electrical charge. Electromagnetic waves do not need any material for transmission; that is, they can be transmitted in a vacuum. Light is part of this spectrum.
Electromagnetic Spectrum-- is the collective term for all possible frequencies of electromagnetic radiation. The "electromagnetic spectrum" of an object has a different meaning, and is instead the characteristic distribution of electromagnetic radiation emitted or absorbed by that particular object.
The Electromagnetic Spectrum - Cosmic Concepts An overview of the electromagnetic spectrum: radio waves, microwaves, infrared light, visible light, ultraviolet light, x-rays, and gamma rays. Presented by Dr. Frank Summers. By: Hubble Site.
What you’re going to learn…
Click here for a printable version of this page. There are 18 scientific principles, most of which kids need to know before they hit college. With the content in this unit, you’ll be able to quickly figure out what they know and where the gaps are, so you can focus on the areas you need to most. Once kids have wrapped their heads around these ideas, they can pretty much explain the universe around them, including why airplanes fly, how electricity works, and why socks disappear in the dryer…