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it comes from the acid and sugar mixing and rubbing them together to create that reaction.
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Answer Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company currently owns and manufactures the Life Saver brand mints. Wrigley's purchased the brand in 2004 and moved man…ufacturing to Montreal, Canada.
Wintergreen lifesavers should still spark. Triboluminescence occurs when the sugar molecules are crushed and an ultraviolet (not visible) light is emitted. This ultravio…let light fluoresces when it hits the wintergreen oil (methyl salicylate) and produces the visible sparks of light we all like... Best done with fresh, dry, life savers in a dark room. Try it with pliers if your mouth is too tired to really grind. It should be a real snap and grind to get the light. If you are going to be a purist, don't let the candy get soft in you mouth. Place it between two dry molars and crunch.
yes it comes in teal purple orange and black no.. it comes from ur mother
This means that you have built up a large Static Electrical charge. The sparks are caused by you discharging this to ground, they are usually only visible in the dark, u…nless you have built up a very substantial Potential Difference, between you and the ground. You will not even notice the discharge of a PD less than about 20KV, which is more than enough to fry the chips in your computer.
Because of a certain chemical.
I don't know ask Vanessa Patino. She would know.
No they do not spark. Only the wintergreen ones do.
indigo. i always think of it as roy g biv (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet)
yes it does
I have like a pack a day,,, so far Im fine! I think its fine if you are consuming other healthy foods as well. Its better to eat too many mints than some other things
No, they only come in shades of red and burgandy.
It is yellow, red, orange, green, white, red, yellow, green, white, red, orange!
yes,in fact it does.I tried an experiment and for some reason, the purple lifesaver and the white one were the last to dissolve.
Western United States of America is whereblue-colored buttercups come from. Specifically, not all buttercup species display white or yellowblooms. For example, the violet bu…ttercup ( Ranunculusandersonii ) is known for its pink, violet or white blooms. Itparticularly prefers the sagebrush and woodland habitats whichflourish in such Great Basin areas as western Utah.