Anthocyanins are versatile and plentiful flavonoid pigments found in red/purplish fruits and vegetables, including purple cabbage, beets, blueberries, cherries, raspberries and purple grapes. Within the plant they serve as key antioxidants and pigments contributing to the coloration of flowers. Our online experiments archive includes instructions for using red cabbage juice as a pH indicator, and answers in our archives describe how to perform pigment chromatography.

Basics About Anthocyanin pigments Anthocyanins and the Autumn Leaves Where to Find Anthocyanins Use of Anthocyanins as pH indicators Use of Anthocyanins in Pigment Chromatography Other Properties and Uses of Anthocyanins

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