What would happen if you combine the bleach and food colouring?
The most likely outcome is that the food coloring color would disappear as it was bleached.
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It will make Chlorine Gas (among other deadly things) That warning is there to protect you. Household bleach has a chemical formula of NaOCl - that is, one atom each of sodium…, oxygen, and chlorine. Its chemical name, for the curious, is sodium hypochlorite. Ammonia has a chemical formula of NH 3 , that is, one atom of nitrogen and three atoms of hydrogen. When these two compounds are combined, the following reaction takes place: 2NaOCl + 2NH 3 --> 2NaONH 3 + Cl 2 . Do you see that Cl 2 on the right hand side there? This means one part chlorine gas, made up of diatomic (two-atom) molecules. It also means that the chlorine gas has been liberated from the bleach, and is quite capable of causing you harm when inhaled! Nitrogen Trichloride (very toxic) Another potential reaction, which occurs when a greater amount of bleach is added than ammonia, is this: 3NaOCl + NH 3 --> 3NaOH + NCl 3 That's sodium hydroxide and nitrogen trichloride. Nitrogen trichloride is a very toxic chemical to humans, and even if you did get close enough to ingest it, it would probably explode in your face first, as it is also a very volatile explosive. There is little necessity in explaining why that is bad. Hydrazine (explosive rocket fuel) Another reaction can occur if you have more ammonia than bleach. It is a three-part process. The first reaction produces sodium hydroxide and chloramine. NH 3 + NaOCl --> NaOH +NH 2 ClThese products react with more ammonia. NH 3 + NH 2 Cl + NaOH -->N 2 H 4 + NaCl + H 2 O. N 2 H 4 is hydrazine, a very unstable compound. Then a final reaction between hydrazine and dichloramine occurs. 2NH 2 Cl + N 2 H 4 --> 2NH 4 Cl + N 2 . This reaction produces so much heat that it usually causes an explosion..
Bleach and ammonium releases a highly toxic chlorine gas.
When you combine bleach and ammonia, the two react to form manytoxic products, including chloramine, dichloramine, nitrogentrichloride and hydrazine. But, if the reaction goes… through allthe way, it forms non-toxic nitrogen. The equation is as followed: NH3+NaOCl --> NH2Cl+NaOH NH2Cl+NaOCl --> NHCl2+NaOH NHCl2+NaOCl --> NCl3+NaOH NH3+NH2Cl+NaOH --> N2H4+NaCl+H2O N2H4+2NH2Cl --> 2NH4Cl+N2 I would not recommend it unless you have proper safety equipment, afume hood and are doing it under supervision of a experiencedchemist.
You would likely die.
IF you pour bleach on a plant it will kill the routes of the plant.
Nothing you would turn lighter but you would probably burn yourself too
If you poor bleach on a guitar you just would ruin it, who would ask a silly question like that anyway!??
it would turn blue because bleech is a base.
Your clothes would get cleaner.
it would turn a dark color green
the plant would come up green they would not change colors
If it was only a little, then you should be fine, but more could cause chemical burns in your throat and/or more.
You would get sick and may die but ONLY IF you drank it out of the bottle, not in a pool.
i'm not sure i always wanted to try it but to afraid.... i have heard it will make your hair fall out..... but and i have heard that it had worked ... but i'm not sure i would… try it with out like looking more into it .... it may burn your skalp and make hair fall out... so it is your decision.... i'm not sure if the food coloring would it might just make your hair like a totally wierd color ... or even make it look a really discusting ugly grungy look.. i hope this helped :)
It would burn, and be a terrible idea, bleach for cleaning your home is meant to clean your home, some special products to exist for vaginal whitening similar to anus bleachin…g, but this is best left to professionals. The label clearly states Skin irritant.