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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 clear, will the clear ...


Apr 25, 2017 ... The surface area of the liquid can impact the rate of evaporation and your ... Add a few drops of food coloring to six of the containers until they ...


Question: which evaporates the fastest, blue, red, or yellow food dye in water? What if we can make colored rain by putting certain food dyes in lakes or rivers, ...


Jun 28, 2015 ... It is likely that the majority of the food dye based salts would remain in ... in proportion to how much water evaporated - but you won't notice this ...

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.


Mar 13, 2015 ... As they explain in Nature, the critical fact was that food coloring is a two- component ... Water evaporates more quickly than propylene glycol.


Dec 6, 2000 ... This effect will be greater the larger the number of molecules dissolved in water, so for something like food colouring where a very small ...