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Re: Reichardt’s dye
Hi Leonard, we have made the dye in the lab but never had great results when looking at solvents. Maybe too many impurities ;) malcolm
I'm currently thinking about an extension class based on the theme of "solvents". I know that Reichardt's dye is highly solvatochromic and that it's available at a not too excessive cost as only a tiny amount is required. Does anyone have any experience in doing demonstrations with this chemical? Thanks in advance, Leonard.