When food coloring is added to water, it spreads throughout the water in a process called diffusion. The coloring continues to spread until all parts of the water contain an equal concentration of the dye. More »

To separate food coloring from water, take a piece of paper and allow the water and food coloring mix on to a piece of paper, as the colored ink will move at a different speed along the paper in comparison to the water, ... More »

Food dye can be quickly and easily removed from skin in minutes. All that is required are paper towels, white vinegar and water. More »

Mixing food coloring, dish soap and milk causes the molecules in the milk to separate. The food coloring then mixes with the milk, creating a colorful result. More »

To create fog juice safely at home, mix distilled water with food grade glycerin. The amount of glycerin used is proportionate to the thickness of the fog effect you want to produce. More »

Osmosis is an example of simple diffusion. Simple diffusion is the process by which a solution or gas moves from high particle concentration areas to low particle concentration areas. This is also known as passive diffus... More »

In addition to water, fragrance and coloring, the ingredients in Ultra Downy liquid fabric softener include diethyl ester dimethyl ammonium chloride, a softening agent; calcium chloride; a process aid such as water; and ... More »