pigment lab - because all of the colors spread when they...

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Taarika George Period F 12/6/04 The Separation of Pigments From Different Inks 1. 2. All of the inks appear to be made up of more than one pigment. None of them appear to be one single pigment. 3. The brown and the orange appear to be made of common pigments. They have red and yellow in common. 4. To infer about the relative polarities of the various pigments, they must have been polar
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Unformatted text preview: because all of the colors spread when they came in contact with the water. 5. When shining a black light on the strips, the brown and blue ink didnt change any color. The red ink turned bright yellow, pink, peach, maroon and purple. The Separation of Plant Pigments in Spinach 1. 2. 3. 4....
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