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 ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=What Color Water Evaporates the Fastest&v=W4LLDvMV3rs
Apr 2, 2013 ... This is Naomi's science project at Hobart Boulevard Elementary School, Grade 2,
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
To determine whether heat or air flow causes water to evaporate the fastest. ...
This experiment will help you find out which method of water evaporation is the ...
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.
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. Because darker colors are denser they help in ...
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 ...
Apr 12, 2010 ... My son just finished up an evaporation project for his science fair ... says that tap
water should evaporate at a faster rate than salt water. ... -The color of the cups
could have affected the results (were they all the same color?
Water evaporating from the leaves, buds, and petals (transpiration) pulls water ...
went up the carnations the fastest, followed by the red dye and then the green
dye. Like colored dyes in this experiment, some chemicals that pollute our waters
As the colored water is absorbed, you will be able to see how it moves into the
flower ... Water evaporating from the leaves, buds, and petals (transpiration) pulls
... indicated that the blue food color went up the carnations the fastest, followed