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In this activity, learners explore how nanosized structures can create brilliant color.
With a coffee filter, a black marker, and a cup of water, discover the secret colors hidden in black ink.
In this chemistry activity, learners will separate a mixture of FD&C dyes (colors certified and allowed by the US for the Food, Pharmaceutical, Cosmetics & Personal Care industry) to practice
In this activity, learners explore the question "What is paper?" Learners discover the processes and materials required to make paper while experimenting with different recycled fibers and tools.
In this activity, learners try to float ink on the surface of water to create a pattern and then capture it with absorbent paper.
This is written as a display, but can easily be adapted to a hands-on activity. Learners observe and shake containers of shiny liquids.
In this activity, learners investigate how some butterfly wings get their color.