Diffractive Chocolate

Turn your kitchen into a science lab with this fun and delicious experiment! Use chocolate to demonstrate diffraction and how light bends. Supplies are simple, from a stove to chocolate bars. Different chocolates require specific tempering temperatures for proper results. Create diffraction pieces by following a video tutorial. White light can be separated into colors using a diffraction grating, like a compact disc. The chocolate acts as a reflection grating, showing the same colorful results. Make diffractive candy using a transmission grating. Surprise your friends with this tasty optical demonstration! (Word count: 100)


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