Color Change Chemistry 3

Color Change Chemistry 3 On the second and first experiments, I used chemicals. But this time, I’m going to use grapes. Grapes contain a pigment molecule called flavin (an anthocyanin). This water-soluble pigment is also found in apple skin, plums, poppies, cornflowers, and red cabbage. Things you’ll need: Black grapes, alcohol lamp, beaker, water, test tubes, test tube holder, vinegar, […]

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Swirling Colors

Swirling Colors Can you make colors move in milk? Then perform this experiment. Things you’ll need: whole milk, a shallow dish, food coloring, and liquid dish soap. 1. Pour whole milk into the shallow dish.2. Let the milk warm up to room temperature. 3. Place drops of different food coloring in the milk. DO NOT STIR. 4. Place 1-3 drops of […]

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