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PHOTO: SciFest converts music to flame

Nicola Carus, a member of Ottawa High School's Chemistry Club, played a piece of classical Russian music Friday night that was sonically transferred through a propane-powered fire tube at Illinois Valley Community College's SciFest. As Carus played different notes, the flames moved accordingly. Other demonstrations at SciFest involved geology, gravity, biology, electricity, chemical reactions, radiation, physics and many more scientific principles.
Nicola Carus, a member of Ottawa High School's Chemistry Club, played a piece of classical Russian music Friday night that was sonically transferred through a propane-powered fire tube at Illinois Valley Community College's SciFest. As Carus played different notes, the flames moved accordingly. Other demonstrations at SciFest involved geology, gravity, biology, electricity, chemical reactions, radiation, physics and many more scientific principles.

Nicola Carus, a member of Ottawa High School's Chemistry Club, played a piece of classical Russian music Friday night that was sonically transferred through a propane-powered fire tube at Illinois Valley Community College's SciFest. As Carus played different notes, the flames moved accordingly. Other demonstrations at SciFest involved geology, gravity, biology, electricity, chemical reactions, radiation, physics and many more scientific principles.

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