Lightsticks are often used to demonstrate the effect of temperature on chemical reaction rates. They glow more brightly when immersed in hot water and dim in ice water.
|Chemiluminescence is production of light by chemical reaction. This page offers a Quicktime animation of a chemiluminescent reaction, a list of Web resources about chemiluminescence, and bibliographies on chemiluminescence and bioluminescence.|
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