MoonRay
MoonRay asks:
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What causes different colors to fade faster in sunlight

Is the chemical make up of the color the reason some colors fade faster?
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> 60 days ago

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greenprof2
Mar 29, 2012
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Energy bearing photos from the sun can break up chemical bonds and degrade the molecular structure, resulting in different substances and therefore changes in color. Some chemicals (compounds) have stronger bonds than others.

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lioras01
lioras01 writes:
the sun reflecten cuases it to fade. and yes moonray's is right to.
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