Posted on March 28, 2011 by Dylan Anderson

Organic chemistry students spent four weeks creating a solvachromatic dye: check here for a photo gallery!

The organic chemistry students in Brian Rempel’s 350 class, under the direction of Magrieta Snyman, spent 4 weeks creating a solvatochromatic dye – a black powder that, when mixed with different organic solvents, produced a rainbow of colours!

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