Find out why the colors don't mix HERE: http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiment/gobstopper-science
Hard candies are known for their bright colors, delicious tastes, and, well, having a ton of sugar. While having a handful of candy every once in a while is definitely a good thing, we like conducting experiments with them! We especially love Gobstoppers. They have layers of colors that, when they dissolve into water, do something very peculiar...
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