Good things to drink at the Chemistry Club's Mole Day Eve at PLU on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011.
Periodic table in cake form.
Mary Scofield '14, reacts to homemade gak.
Mary Scofield '14
Joshua Rodriguez, son of student Sally Osborn '12, has hands-on time.
Kaylena Brevick '12, bounces a gas filled bubble.
Hydrogen gas filled balloon explodes.
A sabbatical couldn't keep Associate Professor Neal Yakelis from joining in the fun, here he mixes up batches of the materials that makes glow sticks glow.
More glowing . . .
And more glowing
Neal Yakelis just keeps on mixing
Dry ice on fire.
And the same ice cools down.
Nicole Pennington '14, cranks a generator lighting a bulb as the Physics Club joins the Chemistry Club with demonstrations
Strobe light effect in a display by the Physics Cub.
More funs with the Physics Club.
James Hoopes '12, mixing up a batch of goodies.
Assistant Professor Justin Lytle lights a fuse on the flaming pumpkin.
Hot gummy bears.
Professor Craig Fryhle blows grain dust over a flame to create a fireball.