Cool Blue Chemistry - ASK Live Labs

Product Code: CB - LL
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ASK Live Labs:  

Purchase this complete kit and then get ready to join the teacher online via Zoom to dig-in and have fun learning cool science!  
October 5th, 2:00PT  or  October 7th, 3:00PT

Topics discussed:  chemical reactions, luminescence, oxidizers, excited states, fireflies, photon, how to use a pipet, scientific method, variables

Activities: Make a cool blue light appear in the dark.  Make a "dirty" penny glow.  Learn about how fireflies glow, chemiluminescence, and the real quantum leap. 


Kit Contents: Contains luminol mixture (5g), perborate mixture (5 g), copper sulfate (2 g), pipet, stirrers, scoop, spoon, cups, SDS and instructions.

Recommended for ages 10 and up with adult supervision at home.



About ASK Live Labs

Our online teachers are carefully selected by Academy of Science for Kids(ASK) to be certified, professional, and caring.


The Zoom classroom access code and teacher introduction will be sent to you via an email link ahead of the scheduled class meeting time. 


ASK Live Labs are approximately 45 mins in length and can be attended by a varying number of students and ages.  (Private instruction can also be arranged.  Please contact us directly if you wish to have a one-on-one lesson.)  


Class size is limited to 25 students maximum.


Students will have the opportunity to ask questions and respond during the lesson. 


The teacher will introduce the activities and discuss the topics during the Live Lab.  Students will then be instructed on how to complete the remaining kit contents independently.  The science kits are absolutely complete!  You don't have to supply anything additional.


Follow-up questions may be submitted to the teacher via email at any time.  Please allow 24 hours for a response, but we'll try to be quicker than that.  


ASK Live Labs align with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSSS) and are curriculum approved for Homeschooling science credits.