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Junior scientist Will invites us to explore the florescent properties of quinine in the dark. To join in, you will need two bottles of tonic water, one bottle of tap water, a saucepan, a large bowl, two packets of jelly crystals, a black light globe, a helpful adult and a light sealed room or space. Did you know that the chemical structure of tonic water will cause it to glow under an ultraviolet light?

Junior scientist Will invites us to explore the florescent properties of quinine in the dark. To join in, you will need two bottles of tonic water, one bottle of tap water, a saucepan, a large bowl, two packets of jelly crystals, a black light globe, a helpful adult and a light sealed room or space. Did you know that the chemical structure of tonic water will cause it to glow under an ultraviolet light?

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