Only did a semester of chemistry in college. Perhaps something to do with testing solubility?
... "the other day" ... hmm ... color eggs?
The solubility is a good guess- and I did test solubility prior to what I did in the photo.I did dye easter eggs! But I don't think you'd want to eat them with the chemicals I used!
I'm guessing cloning. You were trying to clone, hmmm, something in very girly pretty colors - shoes? If you were trying to clone shoes, I'm all over it.
No idea at all but it looks serious.
I have no idea but it is surely colorful looking....
Okay - I'll spill! I was trying to determine the chemical structure of a compound. The various purple colors are a result of using potassium permanganate (KMnO4), which yields information about the presence or absence of double (C=C) bonds. The KMnO4 reacts with a compound if there are double bonds (or triple) that can be reduced to single bonds. That causes the solution to lose it's purple color and turn a yucky brownish-redish-mess. Now you know! Yay!
See if you are pregnant? Ha!Ha! OK, I guessed before I read your post telling us. Way over my head!
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