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Tried and true: It's all done with mirrors

by: Michael Demchik

Reflect the magic of science using the following activities to spur an interest in the study of light and its associated properties with the use of mirrors--these activities are designed to startle the senses! With a little time, students usually can come up with a testable hypothesis to explain what they have observed.


High School


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 4/1/2005Stock # ss05_028_07_52Volume 028Issue 07

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