Is it true that white candles burn faster than colored candles?
Well, my friend did a science fair project on this question and she got the answer yes. So the answer to yours is yes.
White candles burn slightly faster due to coloring pigments found on colored candles.
It is because they just burn faster
no color candles burn faster
Colored candles burn slower than white candles!
because in the wax it has something in that makes it burn faster.
Actually, The Colored candles faster. The colored candles filled with variety color metter which absobe the more heat, of which keep the candles easily hot and burn.
white reflects light...
Yes! White candles burn faster than colored candle because colored candales is too slow to melt....
White candles reflect the light in the experiment.
One reason why white candle could burn faster than a colored candle is that a colored candle has dyes that slow the rate of burning.
The rate of burning.
white candles burn faster because colored candles have more chemicals which take a longer time to burn,although it also depends on the wick of the candle if it is cheap it wont burn if its a good quality wick it will burn. =) my science fair project...
because the darker the color the more light-waves it takes in. Therefore the regular temperature of the candle will increase. darker colored candles would burn faster
The colored candles because they are darker which attracts heat causing it to melt faster.
stop watch, colored candles, black marker, matches, ruler :D
because the colored have more chemical it takes longer to burn out
the white candle will burn faster because it doesnt have the extra weight of coloured die
yes because a white candle burns out faster
== == The difference between the both is that coloured candles have chemicals in them which makes them burn faster then white candles. White candles also have chemicals but not as much which makes them burn slower.
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the colored ones have chemicals in it that makes it burn faster
Yes, because they have more chemicals which burn faster
White candles burn slower than colored candles. The darker the candle, the faster it will burn. White reflects heat away from the candle, so it will burn slower, according to MadSci Network. Black, on the other hand, absorbs light and heat, making the candle burn faster.
What are the different chemicals in colored candles that the white candles do not have That make them burn faster?
65 colored candles, it's the saturation of the color. For more detailed info, click the link below.
Probable it is the influence of impurities but the difference is minimal.
Do the candles all have to burned at the same time in the science fair project on which candles burn faster white or colored?
No. you could time them.
White or colored candles may burn at the same rate or at different rates. The rate at which a candle burns is dependent on the size and composition of the wick, and the thickness, composition, and melting / vaporization rate of the candle wax.
I still don't know.
Candle wax is not all wax, it's made up of a couple of different substances. The proportions of the ingredients influence the burn rate.
In the science fair project do white candles burn faster than colored candles do you have to burn them all at the same time?
no, you can but you dont have to all you have to do is time them and compare the times, so you can do them at different times
It depends on the wick, the type of wax used, and the available oxygen.
i think it is the same as white candles expect there is color and smell
Any significative difference, the color is not so important in this case; possible the burning of the white candles is slower because they don't contain dyes.
Because they are colored and funky stuff
Candles are all different and burn at different rates, but the color is not a factor. The amount of paraffin/beeswax, and the thickness of the wick primarily determine how fast a candle burns.
Coloring of a candle does not affect the burn time of candles. Larger wicks on candles may cause it to burn faster, and the type of wax used also affects burning rate. Soft wax, typically found in jars, has a higher oil content, which allows it to burn faster. Pillar candles most commonly use harder wax, which will burn slower.
the conclusion is that white will burn faster
No, the color of the wax doesn't affect the speed of the burning of the candle. Good question, though; I never really thought of it. :)
What do you need to perform experiment for burning white and colored candles to see if they burn at same rate?
You need white and colored candles, a timer, and a lighter.
The Phone book, which will tell you what stores sell candles. Buy a white and a colored candle, and time their burning. Easy, cheap, boring experiment.
yes white candles burn at diffent rate because it dosent contan many chemicals in the wax.
yes, i believe that white candles burn at a different rate because white candles have less chemicals and are plain so they have a possibility of burning at a different rate and colored candles contain more chemicals and are thicker and they put smelly scent in them so i do believe that colored and white candles burn at a different rate in my perspective that is what i most believe so there you got my… Read More
because researchers have proved that since there is so little colorants used in the colored candles, it makes anywhere from little, to no difference in the rate that the candles burn. However, The white candle does make a bit of a difference when tested in a room tempurature habitat. Thanks for reading my answer and I hope it helped you!
There is no real difference between colored candles and white candles in terms of burn times - the deciding factors are the melting point of the wax and the length of the wick.
Yes,it does. The darker colored candles burn faster because darker colors attract more light.
The independent variable is colour. The dependent variable is the time for a fixed quantity to burn away. Such factors as air supply, draught prevention and the temperature of the room are control variables.
yes they do i did it a couple of days ago
sometimes the dye will interfere with the wick
Any significant difference exist.