Purpose: To explore a common use of luminescence. Materials: Two 50ml beakers Popsicle sticks Table spoons Warm water Borax White liquid glue Reusable plastic bag Glow in the dark paint Graduated cylinder Procedure: 1. In one beaker place 3 tablespoons of liquid white glue and 1.5 tablespoons of warm water. Use a popsicle stick to mix the two solutions. 2. In the second beaker, put 1/4 tablespoon of borax and dilute it with 10mL of water. Use a graduated cylinder to measure the volume of water. 3. Place 4 drops of glow in the dark paint into the glue-water mixture (Paint is available at the teacher’s lab bench). 4. Pour the Borax solution into the water-glue mixture and mix it with the popsicle stick. 5. Divide the flubber into equal parts and place your portion in a reusable bag. 6. Clean up your lab station. **DO NOT throw, ingest or place the flubber on any surfaces of the school. Keep it in the ziplock bag until you are outside of the building.