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Chemistry Collage

An assortment of chemistry related photos taken over the school year. Special thanks to Megan Hart and the Science Department.

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Senior Andreas Robertson collides two balls of Iron Oxide together, one coated with Aluminum Foil, to create a thermite reaction. The sparks can get as hot as 4000 degrees F.

Senior Andreas Robertson collides two balls of Iron Oxide together, one coated with Aluminum Foil, to create a thermite reaction. The sparks can get as hot as 4000 degrees F.1Picture by Connor SmithA piece of glassware containing a blue liquid rests on a table.2Picture by Connor SmithA ball and stick model of the molecule Zinc Pyrithione.3Picture by Connor SmithA flat-bottomed flask sits in front of smoke.4Picture by Connor SmithA watch glass containing Boric Acid and Methanol burns to produce colorful lights.5Picture by Connor SmithAfter adding Isopropyl alcohol to the already burning Boric Acid and Methanol, the flame produced a yellow color.6Picture by Connor SmithLead Nitrate and Potassium Iodide react to form Lead (II) Iodide.7Picture by Connor SmithA Van De Graaff generator discharges electricity.8Picture by Connor SmithAn artistic picture of the element Bismuth on the periodic table.9Picture by Connor SmithSenior Andreas Robertson ignites Nitro-Cellulose, a.k.a. guncotton.10Picture by Connor Smith

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  • Jerome Glick '12 (View Email) on September 26, 2014 at 9:58 AM
    Great photos! Awesome to have that kind of exposure in high school (pun intended). I think that periodic table was in Mr. Schafer or Mr. Pham's room, can't remember which.
  • Ahhhhhh on October 4, 2014 at 10:16 PM
    BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!! :)
    Do more things like this!!!!
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