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Author: Dianne N. Epp
ISBN: 1883822068
Language: English
Pages: 56 pages
Category: Education & Reference
Publisher: Terrific Science Press; 1 edition (December 1, 1995)
Rating: 4.9
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The Chemistry of Natural. has been added to your Cart. I found the three volumes that make up the Palette of Color monograph series to be well written and very useful resources around which a teacher can construct a unit on the chemistry of dyes and food colors

The Chemistry of Natural. I found the three volumes that make up the Palette of Color monograph series to be well written and very useful resources around which a teacher can construct a unit on the chemistry of dyes and food colors. I recommend the books highly to teachers of high school chemistry and even of college general education chemistry courses. -Science Activities magazine. Terrific Science Press is the publishing arm of Miami University (Ohio) Center for Chemistry Education.

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The Palette of Color monograph series enables high school chemistry teachers to challenge students to explore the . One class of these colorants, the vat dyes, contains not only the oldest natural dyes known, but also many important synthetic dyes

The Palette of Color monograph series enables high school chemistry teachers to challenge students to explore the chemistry behind dyes. Each monograph examines a different class of dyes and investigates the chemistry using principles common to most high school chemistry curricula. Hands-on, problem-solving activities involve students in answering questions posed about the dyes and their uses. One class of these colorants, the vat dyes, contains not only the oldest natural dyes known, but also many important synthetic dyes. This class of dyes is studied in this monograph.

The Chemistry of Natural Dyes (Palette of Color Series).

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The book investigates both the compounds which give foods their natural color and the synthetic colorants currently approved for use in foods. Background information on the history and chemistry of food dyes is provided along with hands-on.

by Dianne N. Epp. Published June 1995 by Terrific Science Pr. Written in English. Internet Archive Wishlist.

These dyes still are used extensively by artisans around the world. Background and historic information is given regarding acid or anionic dyes, with emphasis upon their reactions with wool and eggshells. Problem-solving inquiry based activities involve high school level students in answering questions posed about the dyes and their uses. The text is organized in two parts. Epp, Dianne N. From prehistoric times people have been fascinated with color; from cave paintings to the latest computers, color has been a constant companion. Textiles and craft items are made more beautiful by the alteration or application of colorants.

Natural dyes have been used for centuries to color food. Some of the most common ones are carotenoids, chlorophyll, anthocyanin, and turmeric. Carotenoids have a deep red, yellow, or orange color. Probably the most common carotenoid is beta-carotene (Fig. 1), which is responsible for the bright orange color of sweet potatoes and pumpkins. Figure 4. A food dye will appear a particular color because it absorbs light whose color is complementary to the food dye's color, as illustrated here in the case of (a) a blue dye, and (b) a red dye. Dan Gill. Instead, food-coloring molecules typically contain long swaths of alternating single and double bonds (Figs.

Palette of Color Monograph Series. Other books in this series. The Chemistry of Natural Dyes. Dianne N Epp. 01 Jun 1995. The Chemistry of Natural Dyes examines the chemistry behind natural fibers and dyes and shows how these chemistry concepts are used in the real world. This monograph is the second in a three-volume series of monographs entitled Palette of Color.

The Chemistry of Natural Dyes examines the chemistry behind natural fibers and dyes and shows how these chemistry concepts are used in the real world. This monograph provides background information on the history and chemistry of natural dyes, along with hands-on problem-solving activities on extracting, testing, and using these chemicals.

The Chemistry of Natural Dyes enables high school chemistry teachers to introduce their students to a fascinating area of industrial chemistry-dyes and colorants. The book examines the chemistry behind natural fibers and dyes and shows how these chemistry concepts are used in the real world. Background information on the history and chemistry of natural dyes is provided along with hands-on problem-solving activities on extracting, testing, and using these chemicals. This monograph is the second in a three-volume series of monographs entitled Palette of Color. These monographs are designed to provide links between the everyday experiences of secondary school students and topics in their chemistry courses.
Comments (5)
Zacki
As a science teacher, I love incorporating chemistry, biology, and physics lessons into fun activities. There is enough detail of the chemical processes to inform a range of age groups, up to entry level college chemistry, all while doing a fun, hands on activity. Not to mention the teachable moments about plants, why they produce different pigments and chemicals, and how we use them. Great book!
Buriwield
A bit difficult if your chem background is in the distant past but probably the book I should have STARTED this journey on. Very informative.
OTANO
Good information to use in my classroom with natural dyes.
catterpillar
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Gir
One of a three-volume set, (the others are "The Chemistry of Food Dyes" and "The Chemistry of Vat Dyes") this is an excellent reference volume for novice dyers, students of chemistry, and experienced textile artists alike. It is structured as a handbook for guiding students through classroom exercizes to develop their understanding of the physiochemical properties of dyes for woolen fibers. The editor, an award-winning high-school chemistry professor, has an easy-going manner and knowledgable style that encourage confidence in this challenging subject among lay readers.