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Kryptonite Candy Glows under Ultraviolet Light



Instructables user Britt Michelsen has lately been experimenting with fluorescent materials, including riboflavin. She decided to use it to make a food that looks like kryptonite. Michelsen made a mold out of aluminum foil, cooked riboflavin into sugar, and poured it into the mold. The result was a glowing candy that looked quite like the lethal substance in the Superman mythos.

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Previously by Britt Michelsen:
Pixelated Trash Can
"You Killed Kenny!" Doorstop

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