This indicator changes his color.
The color change may be an indicator for a chemical change.
at is the color of universal indicator itself
the indicator will be the pale colors of green :)
I think its brown originally.
color is not a good indicator of a mineral because non - minerals can have the same colors as minerals.
No, it is NOT an indicator of a chemical reaction. Change in color IS an indicator of chemical change, though.
colour of ammonia in universal indicator would be blue.
An indicator will change color when in acidic or basic conditions.
The answer will depend on which indicator is being used.
The pH range over which an indicator changes color.
The cause is a specific chemical reaction betwee the indicator and the medium.
the colour of the indicator will increase
Only when put this way: the color is changed as a result of a (reversible) chemical (reaction) change of the indicator molecule
Usually a hot and fiery color.
The color is blue to violet.
a pH indicator
it depends on the indicator!