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Hey guys,,


Just a quick question...

you know how we need to control the volume of water in the test tube that we put the beetroot cylinder in. If we didn't control the water in the test tube, what effect would this have on our results?

I was thinking: if there is more water in some test tubes, theconcentration of the pigment would become more dilute and this would affect theamount of light that can pass through and produce invalid results.

what do you guys think about this??


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