62 Photos - Feb 2, 2012
Photo: Tools of the trade. Dissecting Microscope.Photo: Student Project: The Fukushima Nuclear Accident and Its Effects on Human Tissue Using Meal Worms as Models. Euthanizing a meal worm.Photo: Student Project: The Fukushima Nuclear Accident and Its Effects on Human Tissue Using Meal Worms as Models. Looking for tissue damage on meal worms.Photo: Having fun using a spectroscope.Photo: Student Project: Measuring the catalytic effects on the production of biodiesel by different enzymes.Photo: Measuring changes in temperatures for endothermic and exothermic reactions.Photo: Detecting alpha and beta radiation laboratory. Two cloud trails produced by alphas seen on the left side of the source.Photo: Looking for a chemical change.Photo: Projectile motion laboratory. Students about to fire a projectile.Photo: The Fukushima Nuclear Accident and Its Effects on Human Tissue Using Meal Worms as Models. Looking for tissue damage on meal worms.Photo: Studying various chemical reactions.Photo: Can you guess what's making me glow??Photo: Attempting to light up a small lightbulb using fruity current.Photo: Irradiating UV light on a photochemical solar cell.Photo: Sodium thiosulfate crystals. Crystallization Lab.Photo: Magnesium strip in a dilute solution of hydrochloric acid. Displacement reaction.Photo: Photo: Reverse engineering a small tesla coil for the making of a plasma gun. Student project.Photo: Grinding hibiscus pigments for the making of solar cells. Student project.Photo: Having fun with a circuit board.Photo: Preparing a Nickel Sulfate Solution.Photo: Student-built speaker attached to an ipod. Student project.Photo: Removing components from a microwave to build a tesla coil.Photo: Photo: Soldering a variable frequency tone producer. Student Project.Photo: Sensitizing a photochemical cell. Student Project.Photo: Photo: About 250 microAmps output from a photochemical cell.Photo: About 250 microAmps output from a photochemical cell. Student Project.Photo: Preparation for a study of Radiation on animal tissue. The samples were stored in a refrigerator for various time intervals. Student Project.Photo: Putting together a tesla coil.Photo: Measuring diffusion rate at various temperatures.Photo: Redox reaction. A mixture of ammonium nitrate, ammonium chloride, and zinc. Water was used as catalyst.Photo: Redox reaction. A mixture of ammonium nitrate, ammonium chloride, and zinc. Water was used as catalyst.Photo: Redox reaction. A mixture of ammonium nitrate, ammonium chloride, and zinc. Water was used as catalyst.Photo: Inspecting a breadboard.Photo: Melting of potassium chlorate.Photo: Tesla coil. Transformer, foreground. Toroid, background.Photo: Building of a variable frequency tone producer. Student project.Photo: Rising spark on a Jacob's Ladder.Photo: Student holding a small mouse.Photo: Photo: Photo: Polishing tube for firing of a projectile using an electromagnet.Photo: Designing a projectile electromagnet as a Clean Weapon. Student Project.Photo: plasma!!.. a little trivia. plasma is the 4th state of matter and perhaps the most common in the universe! the other states being, solid, liquid, gas, bose-einstein condensates, neutron stars, and black holes.Photo: Photo: Photo: Preparing a cloud chamber for detection of alpha and beta radiation. Nuclear Chemistry Laboratory.Photo: Preparing a cloud chamber for detection of alpha and beta radiation. Nuclear Chemistry Laboratory.Photo: Observing the bright light spectrum of Neon using a spectroscope.Photo: Preparing an ammonium chloride solution.Photo: Sensing a drop in temperature in an endothermic reaction.Photo: Bridge model. The physics of bridges project.Photo: Bridge model. The physics of bridges project.Photo: Dirty glassware can be beautiful.Photo: Homogeneous solutions vs. heterogeneous solutions vs. colloidal suspensions.Photo: Labs are so much fun!Photo: Lighting up a christmas tree light bulb using electrochemical cells (two beakers foreground). Copper and magnesium electrodes were used.Photo: Photo: Lighting up magnesium strips.Photo: Come on... precipitate!