-Secondly, we used the syringe/gravity method (which was the most efficient method) in order to remove any solid
particle of the candy or anything that was in the liquid candy dye solution. In fact, our results were a clear clean
candy dye solution that was stored in P2S1 and is ready to be tested.
-Thirdly, we will be “cleaning” the cuvette with a clean pure solution. For this process we will use NANO-pure water,
we will add 3mm of NANO-pure water to the cuvette and test the spectrometer and make sure the spectrometer is
clean and free from any other substances.
-Then, we will use our liquid candy dye solution from P2S1 and collect a 3mm sample and place it in the cuvette to
then test the spectrometer and observe and collect the information in LoggerPro. For this we will have two plots A
-We will be able to identify which FD&C food dye is present in our assigned candy by comparing and contrasting
plots A and
meaning we will be creating absorption spectra for our individual liquid candy dye and comparing it
to the plots.
-Finally, as a class we will collect information of the seven dyes and compare and contrast the dyes to the stock