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Learners investigate one factor affecting reaction rates: temperature. In a darkened room, two identical lightsticks are placed in water -- one in hot water and one in cold water. The lightstick in the hot water glows brighter than the lightstick in the cold water since the light-producing reaction is faster in hot water. This activity, located on page 2 of the PDF, is one of three activities in the Take Home guide for the Chemical Reactions unit in OMSI's Chemistry Lab. Also included on the PDF are two additional activities: Cloudy Globs and Gas Production.

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  • Mathematics > General

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  • Grade 1
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English

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