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Where does the blue color spark come from in lifesaver mints?
it comes from the acid and sugar mixing and rubbing them together to create that reaction.
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I don't know ask Vanessa Patino. She would know.
It is yellow, red, orange, green, white, red, yellow, green, white, red, orange!
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.
No new colors come after blue.
indigo. i always think of it as roy g biv (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet)
Contrary to what breeders of "Blue" Pitbulls would have you believe, They are not rare or anything like that. The "blue" color that they push so hard as being rare so …sought after and there for requires a person to pay larger sums of money is actually nothing more than a dilution of the color black. So really you are getting nothing more than a black dog with a different hue to it's coat.
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
you most likely have bad piston rings or in a overhead cam you might need to rebuild the topend
No, they do not work. You need to have the sugar crystals in the mint for it to work. Sugar free has no sugar so therefor it does not work. I tried to no avail.
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.
Yes a green peacock
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.
yes it does