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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,


i was wondering, does the color of the water affect its evaporation? like for instance, if i put a red food coloring in one glass and leave another ...


Fill seven glass beakers with 100 mL of distilled water. Add a few drops of food coloring to six of the containers until they represent the visible spectrum of light: ...


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, ...


Does food coloring somehow evaporate and turn into nothing? ... is colorless; does this mean it is solely water that is evaporating from the drink ...

Apr 2, 2013 ... This is Naomi's science project at Hobart Boulevard Elementary School, Grade 2, Los Angeles.
Jul 2, 2016 ... I have died water blue and green with food coloring. I am now evaporating then to see the difference.


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.


Food coloring shouldn't affect the way a plant grows, but it should help you see the ... Water evaporating from the leaves, buds, and petals (transpiration) pulls ...


Mar 11, 2015 ... Curious about some odd behavior by droplets of food coloring, a trio of Stanford ... Water evaporates more quickly than propylene glycol. Water ...