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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,

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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 ...

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Apr 24, 2017 ... Separating blue food coloring from water requires a heat source. ... Allow the water to evaporate away and you will be left with the food coloring ...

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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 ...

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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, ...

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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 ...

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Apr 2, 2013 ... This is Naomi's science project at Hobart Boulevard Elementary School, Grade 2, Los Angeles.

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Hot and cold; Heat affects the motion of molecules; Water's attraction; Water ... melting; Liquid water; Evaporation and condensation; Heat vs. temperature; Heat vs. ... If you put food coloring in cups of hot and cold water, the food coloring mixes ...

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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 ...