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3 days ago Edited: 3 days ago, prashantakerkar

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tar

Can the tar dark brown or black change by adding chemicals to have Red, Green, Blue, Yellow etc colours?

If yes, How?

What will be the chemical reactions for the same if possible?

If no, Why?

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Prashant S Akerkar
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3 days ago
Tar's characteristic dark color cannot be altered chemically. Mixing in a coloring agent with a solvent could dilute the tar, potentially changing its color, but the colorant to tar ratio would have to be substantial!
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3 days ago
Thank you.

Can you provide me the Chemical reactions for
the same?

Tar + Colouring agent + Solvent = ? + ?

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar
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2 days ago
Not sure of the exact reaction, but to dissolve tar you'd need kerosene as the solvent
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