The pigment that we chose to create is a combination of the reactants copper nitrate and sodium phosphate. This combination will create a bright blue color. The balanced equation for this combination is 3 Cu(NO3)2 + 2 Na(PO4) = Cu3(PO4)2 + 6 Na(NO3). o Procedure for pigment 1. First use the electronic scale to measure out 1 g of both copper nitrate and sodium phosphate 2. Next add both of these reactants to a graduated cylinder containing 30 mL of distilled water 3. Use a stirring rod to properly dissolve the reactants into the water 4. Next you will use gravity filtration to separate the precipitate from the water 5. Set up gravity filtration: • Attach a iron ring to one of the stands you have in lab • Place one of the clay …show more content…
To make sure this is our only factor we will be testing all the solvents on the same material, a standard blank canvas. We will be painting 2 small streaks for each different formulation and then timing the drying time with the use of a stopwatch. o Procedure for Paint Drying Time Tests 1. Gather all your different paints you created in the last procedure 2. Get your stopwatches ready to start recording as soon as you paint your streak 3. Make sure your canvas is in a different paint brushes paint 2 streaks for each paint and time them all individually 5. Make sure you label which paint is which by using your pen and masking tape 6. When you think the paint is fully dry tap it with a stirring rod, if it is then stop the stopwatch and record your data 7. Once done you should have 10 different drying times to evaluate as to which one if the most cost effective and fitting for the
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5. Get 12 of the pipe cleaners that are 10 centimeters in length, and place 3 one each side. If you’re going for the Santaluces look, alternate between colors. For instance, blue, white, red, and start that scheming of colors over. Then tape them to stay in place.
Paint is rarely interesting. Phrases like ‘watching paint dry’ sum this up rather easily. No one would willing have a whole conversation about paint. Unfortunately for you, that is the focus of this entire essay. The concept of painting is rather simple. Simple enough for primitive humans to paint their cave walls with charcoal, berry juice, lard, blood, or sap. In modern times the composition of paint has changed and so has the process by which it is made. Modern paint has four main parts: pigment, resin, solvent, and additives. Pigments are what add the color. They are split into two categories: prime pigments and extender pigments. Prime pigments include titanium dioxide, chrome green oxide, red iron oxide, etc. Extender pigments include
At first he attempted to paint it, but he was unsuccessful. Although he was unable to paint the image of what he wanted he was able to print it with silkscreen ink beautifully. Andy Warhol reprinted the same car crash fourteen times and dyed them all orange, he stacked these pictures up ruggedly to the height of the canvas. They are staggered like bricks in a wall. The bottom two layers include three pictures, as does the top two layers.
Being that the indigo dye is made up of several complex compounds, the product of the reaction and reacting ratios may be difficult to determine; however, the stoichiometric ratios as well as the substances produced do not need to be known to calculate the rate; as the disappearance in colour is being measured by a colorimeter.
Problem/Background Information: Creating a solid from two liquid is an exceptional type of double displacement reaction that produces a precipitate, it happen when anions and cations is merge together in an aqueous solution to form an insoluble ionic solid called precipitate. Reactions are decide to be resolved, depends on the solubility rules for solids in order to know the product and know how to write a net ionic equation, because some aqueous reaction can not form precipitates. It permits scientist and the people to foretell which ions are exist in a solution. The problem is choosing the right chemicals to mix to produce a precipitate. Choosing the factors to make a precipitate can be different, because it depend on the temperature
Then, it was your turn to get creative. You started by using the blue paint and painted what looked like a big circle off centre on your paper. You then added lots of different lines to your paper all in blue. I found it really interesting to observe you create as you painted large and small circles, full blocks of colour in various shapes, dashes that seemed to form an outline, and long lines in various directions. Being able to paint such a complex picture with a large paintbrush is not easy and requires quite a lot of skill.