One would expect motor oil to be brown.
It depends on the application, it can be reddish brow, clear or red.
physical change hunnythe color would be the property of the oilbut as you can see the color changesthe chemicals do not
As the additives wear out and the oil ages it will change to a dark brown color just like regular oil
A shark liver is a pinkish reddish color just like the human liver is. A sharks liver has the main function of storing oil.
Crude oil is about as different as cheese. Varies a lot. color is black/brown,water white,dark green,reddish etc. it depends upon the components it hold (As lighter components it hold as lighter in color and as heaver as dark it will be) density is between 700 - 1000 kg/cum and kinematic viscosity can be anywhere between 1 and 8 cSt (centi stokes)
when the oil on the dipstick changes color from a clearish golden brown to brown or black then you need to change your oi.
If it was reddish in color that is just what you did.
Black or brown but is another chemical is mixed it can turn different colours
To have the skin Brown on a Roasted Chicken...Simply brush the skin with butter, margarine or oil before cooking.
Most likely blown head gasket but for some reason you have water or coolant in your oil
It is normal that used engine oil gets a color that is different from the color of new and unused oil. If the color is only brown then it shows that the oil is in good condition. One purpose of engine oil is to absorb chemicals, acids and soot that gets into the oil as a normal part of the combustion process in the cylinders. On very worn engines and in case the oil is old, it may become black. This is also normal as it shows that the oil has absorbed the harmful chemicals that it is intended to catch.
It could be a couple of things first can you tell what color the oil is if it is brown/black it could mean your head gasket is blown or if it is red it is comming from the .trany
Engine oil is normally a shade of clear golden brown ranging to dark brown, depending on how long it's been used and what type it is. Oil which is very black should probably be changed. Certain additives can cause oil to be darker, however.
Because the sugars in the batter carmelize in the hot oil. Same reason for the brown color of doughnuts, cookies, fried onions, steak, etc.
Most new coolant is tinted red or green. If you have a different color than that look into it a little further. You may have oil in you coolant causing it to be a brown color.
it is the effect which causes the oil to turn a reddish colour
blacky brown.When it's new it's usually amber, when it's used it turns black.
Your oil isn't yellow, its a light brown/gold color as such with almost all new (unused/not dirty) oil. It just looks yellow because of the light.
Palm oil is an edible plant oil and is derived from the mesocarp (reddish pulp) of the fruit of the oil palms. It is naturally reddish in color because of a high beta-carotene content.It is semi-solid at room temperatures and contains several saturated and unsaturated fats in the forms of glyceryl laurate (0.1%, saturated), myristate (1%, saturated), palmitate (44%, saturated), stearate (5%, saturated), oleate (39%, monounsaturated), linoleate (10%, polyunsaturated), and alpha-linolenate (0.3%, polyunsaturated).
When engine oil turns gray or milkey cream color, its a sign of moisture in the oil.
Brown, in cooking, means to brown the surface of food using a heat source. For example, to brown meat, you would cook it in a skillet with a little oil until it is browned.
you would expect a color change in oil of wintergreen because it has an OH group added to the FeCl3 which causes a purple color
Sounds like you're talking about cedar.