* Ink Made from Tea bags * 1. Background of the Study Tea is created by using the leaves of a plantknown as Camellis sinensis. This plant is native tomainland China, South and Southeast Asia, but it istoday cultivated across the world in tropical andsubtropical regions. It is an evergreen shrub orsmall tree that is usually trimmed to below 2 m(6.6 ft) when cultivated for its leaves. It has astrong taproot. The flowers are yellow-white, 2.5-4cm (0.98-1.6 in) in diameter, with 7 to 8 petals.
TEABAG EXTRACT AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR INK An Investigatory Project Chapters 1- 3 Submitted by: Alfonso, Manuela Fairbanks Garcia, Tonica Paga Cho, Jung Hun Lat, Manuel Miguel Feliciano November 2013 Chapter I Introduction A. Background of the Study The group will conduct the study because the group noticed that teabag extract is dark in colour and it can be use to make ink, and also the group noticed that teabags are made from natural resources. Some kinds
Title page: Ink Made out of Camellia sinensis Abstract: This project is being done to know the potency of the extract from Camellia sinensis as an ink. This project aims for making an ink for a cheaper and in alternative way than the commercial and branded one. Problem: How to make an alternative ink out of Camellia sinensis that can be found in tea bags? Introduction: Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured leaves of the tea plant, Camellia
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