Subject: Why didn't my pink flower turn green when exposed to ammonia vapors?
Date: Thu Jan 11 19:03:17 2007
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Area of science: Botany
The research on my science experiment stated that a white flower exposed to
ammonia vapors in a closed jar (suspended from the lid) would be unchanged in
color and that a purple, red or pink flower would turn green. The purple flower
did turn green, the white however turned yellow and the red and pink did not
turn green. I don't understand why. All flowers were carnations.
Re: Why didn't my pink flower turn green when exposed to ammonia vapors?
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