Which country invented ink?
Many ancient cultures had ink that was used for writing. The oldest empires to use ink were China and India.
Paper: China, but egypt invented papyrus ink..i have no idea..I think also egypt? not sure
Black ink was invented in 900 a.d. by the chinese. Ink contains dyes and some powder rocks.
ancient Egypt invented black ink but ancient china stole it from them.
they invented ink
The Chinese Dynasty that invented India Ink was the Cao Wei Dynasty.
The Chinese invented the black mose at first and then when the Egyptians found out, they took the idea and change it a little bit and called it ink.
Paper was invented in the Eastern Han Dynasty and the ink was invented in the Autumn and Spring Period.
The person who invented the printer.
the HP 23 ink cartridge is a tri colour printer ink that is quite popular on the mark. This cartridge was adapted and invented recently, in the year 2005.
Francisco Quisumbing invented Quink ink, which is used by The Parker Pen Company. He was a Filipino chemist who graduated from the University of Chicago.
Henry Solomon Wellcome invented invisible ink. For more info google "history of invisible ink".
Paper and ink was invented during the Tang Dynasty
The Chinese people found black rock and mixed it up with a lot of other stuff that made it All liquidy and thAts how ink was invented
There is not a specific inventor of red ink. Red ink was used extensively in medieval times. it was considered sacred in some situations.
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with lots of black sweat
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India , i believe it is the origin of the dye "ink"
Quink is the ink used by The Parker Pen Company and was invented by Francisco Quisumbing. The ink prevents the clogging of pen with a cleaning property of quick drying ink.
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Tien-Lcheu (2697 B.C.),
It was invented because lazlo wanted a pen like news print ink.
it was invented when shaniqua spilled taco sauce on a piece of paper and started finger painting with it... XD
Invisible ink was invented in 1775 by Sir James Jay. His primary occupations were that of a physician and a politician.
Who invented the first black ink because my aunty keeps saying it was the Chinese please tell me so I could shame her?
It is very sad that you have so little respect for your Aunty that you would want to shame her. But she is correct. The ancient Chinese invented what is called "Indian ink" which was black ink. See the Related Link.
Because can help we write the things
India ink is a black writing and printing ink that has been around since the 4th century BCE. It originated in India and is still most common there.
The invention of the ink pad cannot be credited to one individual. The invention was a group effort, as the ink pad has been modified throughout the years.
They were laboriously written out with quill and ink.
as the people found it difficult to write with ink pen.
Egyptians invented paper and ink
What country was the Thermometer invented in
I am not aware of who invented the erasable pen but Sir Walter McHenery, an Irish physicist, invented an ink that would disappear when held over heat in 1827.
the anser is Egyptians invented paper and ink
they invented black ink, papyrus ''paper'', ox drawn plow
To make them black it went wrong and they turned yellow
becuase they wanted to write in the moon becuase they thought it will be fun and awesome
it was ink i can tell u more what was invented
easy we used pens that u dip in INK!!!!
they invented paprus ,black ink,a writing system, and beer
Pizza was invented in the country of Italy
The fountain pen was created for non-time consuming reasons. The quill pen needed constant dipping into ink unlike the fountain pen. This saved more time and less ink spills which the ink well caused a lot.
Garden City, Minnesota when he was trying to get away from his parents. (not run away) He chose to invent Wellcome's Magic Ink to fund his independence from his parents.
The Filipino chemist that invented Quink ink used by The Parker Pen Company. It came out in 1931. Quink apparently stands for Quisumbing Ink, but Parker Pen Company says it stands for "quick and ink". A link can be found below.
Mexico was the country that created or invented chocolate.
Paper was invented by Cai Lun in 105 AD