Have you ever wondered how candies get their different colors or how many dyes make a black jellybean?
Candies come in all shapes and sizes. You might find spheres in all the colors of the rainbow or find tiny discs that are colored brown or white. But, do you know what makes those delicious little candies all those colors? With the Candy Chromatography experiment, we’ll show you how to reveal the hidden dyes in black jellybeans, so you can take the process and try it out on a bunch of your favorite candies!
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Source: Candy Chromatography – The Lab
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