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  1. #1 Effect of iodine on paper 
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    if iodine is dropped on paper, would it change it's color?


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    Don't you think you should be asking the Chemists this?


    Whence comes this logic: no evidence = false?

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    Forget the Chemists, ask your mum! :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpearGuy3l4
    if iodine is dropped on paper, would it change it's color?
    the paper or the iodine?
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    the iodine would change to a dark blueish colour because of the starch in the paper
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzyduk
    the iodine would change to a dark blueish colour because of the starch in the paper
    C'mon now, you spoiled it. 8)
    Whence comes this logic: no evidence = false?

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