Feather turning yellow in nitric acid

Feather turning yellow in nitric acid

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Credit: CHARLES D. WINTERS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Feather in acid. A feather turns yellow after immersion in a beaker of nitric acid (HNO3). Nitric acid is colourless, corrosive and poisonous.

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Keywords: acid, chemical, chemistry, feather, in acid, nitric acid, reaction with feather

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