Who invented light sticks?

Answer Light sticks, also known as glow sticks, were invented by a chemist named Edwin Chandross. Light sticks rely on chemical reactions to produce light. They are used in military operations, dance club... Read More »

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Who invented glue sticks?

A company called Henkel invented the first tubed glue, in the form of what is now knowns as the glue stick, in 1969. The invention was inspired by the easy twist-up design of lipstick.Source:Pritt ... Read More »

Who invented stir sticks?

Stir sticks, or swizzle sticks, were invented in 1933 by engineer Jay Sindler. He was trying to fish an olive out of his martini without using his fingers when the idea of swizzle sticks came to hi... Read More »

What are light sticks made of?

A light stick is a plastic tube in which there are uncombined chemical solutions: a hydrogen peroxide solution in a thin, glass vial surrounded by phenyl oxalate ester and fluorescent dye. When the... Read More »

Types of Fluorescent Light Sticks?

Fluorescent light sticks, also called glow sticks, contain hydrogen peroxide, phenyl oxalate esther and fluorescent dye in separate compartments in a plastic tube. When the tube is flexed and shake... Read More »