Subject: How do you find the acid dissociation constant of plant pigments ??
Date: Fri Jan 21 06:45:39 2000
Posted by Sue
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Chemistry
I understand that plant pigments such as anthocyanins changes colour
depending on its pH. I would like to know if it is possible to find the
acid dissociation constant using a colourimeter knowing that the absorbance
of the colourimeter is proportional to the concentration of the pigment in
Re: How do you find the acid dissociation constant of plant pigments ??
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