Another reason the uncoloured water may be evaporating faster is because the
food colouring chemical itself takes longer to evaporate. The colour of the dye ...
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Apr 2, 2013 ... This is Naomi's science project at Hobart Boulevard Elementary School, Grade 2,
Obviously darker-colored water absorbs more light if it's exposed to sunlight and
thus heats up more and evaporates faster. The biggest important difference is ...
Water evaporates depending on its temperature. (i.e. Higher temperature ->
faster evaporation.) If you took two dishes of water and put a colored filter over
i was wondering, does the color of the water affect its evaporation? like for ... will
the clear glass evaporate faster and when the red water evaporates, will the ...
May 4, 2016 ... Yes. Impurities in water that give it a color can cause it to absorb solar radiation
more efficiently, heat up quicker, and thus evaporate faster.
No, the color of water does not affect its evaporation rate because water itself is
colorless. .... the bigger the surface area the faster the water will evaporate.
Jan 19, 2005 ... If the food colors are all water-soluble, there probably shouldn't be any noticeable
difference in the time it takes them to dissolve. When you say ...
Depending on what color the water it is. If the color is dark it'll evaporate faster, if
it's lighter it'll takemore time.
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