Corpus ID: 38187674

The Chemistry of Stain Removals

@inproceedings{2017TheCO,
  title={The Chemistry of Stain Removals},
  author={},
  year={2017}
}
  • Published 2017
  • The color in the pigment of the stain is caused when molecules absorb light in the visible wavelength range (400-780 nm) [10]. The wavelengths that are not absorbed will be reflected instead and are visible to the human eye. For example, red wine stains are red because the molecules absorb every wavelength that is not in the red range, and the red wavelengths (500-600 nm) are then reflected to see. 

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