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Black Magic Activity

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This activity provides instructions for discovering the secret colors hidden in a black marker.Most nonpermanent markers use inks that are made of colored pigments and water. How does Black Magic work? Why do some black inks separate into many colors on a wet coffee filter? Why does mixing many colors of ink make black?

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