Sorry we missed your son's deadline.
I was away.
Were you able to figure it out?
The Blueberry jello transmits the beam as heat, which you can't see.
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On Tue, 25 Mar 2003, O'Brien, Lynne wrote:
> Heidi Strahm,
> I wanted to ask a question about the article written about the laser jello.
> My son is doing a project on lasers and wanted to use the #1 experiment. I
> needed some clarification on what was going on. Why was the laser able to be
> seen through the red jello and not the blueberry jello? You explained it but
> I think I need it in simpler terms. It would be great is you could explain
> it again. His report is due next week.
> Lynne O'Brien
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