How does the color of water affect its evaporation rate? Question My experiment
consists of 3 bottles of water. I added blue food coloring to one bottle,
Oct 1, 2014 ... If we boil five cups holding 75ml of water each ( 4 with food coloring and 1 ... of
this experiment is the evaporation rate of each color of water.
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Apr 2, 2013 ... This is Naomi's science project at Hobart Boulevard Elementary School, Grade 2,
Re: Does adding food coloring effect the evaporation rate of distilled water? Date:
Wed Dec 6 18:57:09 2000. Posted By: Chris Fellows, Post-doc/Fellow, ...
Concept being taught: Water droplets collect in water sources and evaporate into
the ... We can see that debris like food coloring doesn't evaporate with water.
Science Projects on Whether the Color of Water Affects Its Evaporation. ... Add a
few drops of food coloring to six of the containers until they represent the visible ...
The faster-moving molecules cause the food coloring to mix into the water faster.
.... (Evaporation); If heat is removed from a gas, the molecules can slow down ...
Aug 26, 2015 ... His droplets of colored water seemed to be alive. ... in a solution of water and
propylene glycol (found in food coloring). ... That, in turn, reduces evaporation
and increases the surface tension on the inner side of each droplet.
Jun 28, 2015 ... Does food coloring somehow evaporate and turn into nothing? ... is colorless;
does this mean it is solely water that is evaporating from the drink ...
Add a few drops of blue food colouring to the water. Add a few drops ...
Condensation also happens after water evaporates from oceans and lakes. This