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Photos: Fun with fire

Isabella Aspen, 11, is amazed as Kenny Miller, chair of the Fort Lewis College Chemistry Department, ignites fire bubbles held in her hand filled with methane gas on Saturday during “Science Open House” at FLC. Aspen first placed her hand in water that absorbed the heat protecting her hand. Faculty and students from Chemistry, Biology, Physics & Engineering, Geology and Anthropology departments at FLC held interactive demonstrations and shows like, “How to Bend Light to Your Will” and “Explosion Extravaganza.” Isabella is the daughter of Robert and Cynthia Aspen.
Kenny Miller, chair of the Fort Lewis College Chemistry Department, demonstrates the energy of a gummy bear as it burns in sodium chlorate on Saturday during “Science Open House” at FLC. Faculty and students from Chemistry, Biology, Physics & Engineering, Geology and Anthropology departments at FLC held interactive demonstrations and shows,
Stephanie Baker, 16, uses a candle on a stick to explode a hydrogen-filled balloon on Saturday during “Science Open House” at FLC. Faculty and students from Chemistry, Biology, Physics & Engineering, Geology and Anthropology departments at FLC held interactive demonstrations and shows. Stephanie is the daughter of Chuck Baker and Cindy Helvoigt
Kenny Miller, chair of the Fort Lewis College Chemistry Department, sets a $100 bill on fire that had been soaked in water and alcohol on Saturday during “Science Open House” at FLC. The bill was not damaged because the water absorbed the heat. Faculty and students from Chemistry, Biology, Physics & Engineering, Geology and Anthropology departments at FLC held interactive demonstrations and shows.

Photos: Fun with fire

Isabella Aspen, 11, is amazed as Kenny Miller, chair of the Fort Lewis College Chemistry Department, ignites fire bubbles held in her hand filled with methane gas on Saturday during “Science Open House” at FLC. Aspen first placed her hand in water that absorbed the heat protecting her hand. Faculty and students from Chemistry, Biology, Physics & Engineering, Geology and Anthropology departments at FLC held interactive demonstrations and shows like, “How to Bend Light to Your Will” and “Explosion Extravaganza.” Isabella is the daughter of Robert and Cynthia Aspen.
Kenny Miller, chair of the Fort Lewis College Chemistry Department, demonstrates the energy of a gummy bear as it burns in sodium chlorate on Saturday during “Science Open House” at FLC. Faculty and students from Chemistry, Biology, Physics & Engineering, Geology and Anthropology departments at FLC held interactive demonstrations and shows,
Stephanie Baker, 16, uses a candle on a stick to explode a hydrogen-filled balloon on Saturday during “Science Open House” at FLC. Faculty and students from Chemistry, Biology, Physics & Engineering, Geology and Anthropology departments at FLC held interactive demonstrations and shows. Stephanie is the daughter of Chuck Baker and Cindy Helvoigt
Kenny Miller, chair of the Fort Lewis College Chemistry Department, sets a $100 bill on fire that had been soaked in water and alcohol on Saturday during “Science Open House” at FLC. The bill was not damaged because the water absorbed the heat. Faculty and students from Chemistry, Biology, Physics & Engineering, Geology and Anthropology departments at FLC held interactive demonstrations and shows.
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