Subject: Why does the same chemical (aziridine) appear to be darker in volume?
Date: Mon Mar 29 13:15:05 1999
Posted by Jeff DeVries
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: Grand Priaire State/Province: Texas
Area of science: Chemistry
Place this chemical side by side in a 8 ounce glass jar and fill
one with exactly 3 ounces and the other 8 ounces. There is a
extreme color difference. Is there a term which describes the
color difference by volume? Also happens with water! why?
Re: Why does the same chemical (aziridine) appear to be darker in volume?
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