Saturday, November 21, 2015

Guest Blogger 2

Hello I'm Bella I've blogged on here before. Today I spent a day with my wonderful grandfather, we made molecules and did spectro photography. Spectro photography is measuring the color. We measured the color of some of the day lilies he owns. We wanted to see what the day lilies absorbed. We put the methanol and the daylily pigment in to a machine which measured the pigment which is in the graph below.

The higher the bar the more absorption. The Indian Giver below absorbs a lot of purples, blues, yellow, and green. It then goes down hill and does not absorb much red, this is why it was a dark red. Thanks for reading my guest blog.