[clug] Submerged PC (White Oil) & TV Capture Cards

Lana Brindley lanabrindley at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 00:44:24 MST 2010

2010/1/6 Sam Couter <sam at couter.id.au>:
> Lana Brindley <lanabrindley at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Except white sugar is actually white in colour. Unlike, say, brown
>> sugar (which is brown). Also, white sugar is more refined than other
>> sugars, and is not as pure as, say, raw sugar.
> White sugar is colourless. When in a pile of crystals, the crystals
> refract light all over the place. If the light is white, the sugar looks
> white too. Pick out one grain and look closely, it has no colour.
> White sugar is also more pure precisely because it has been refined
> more. Raw sugar is less refined and still has impurities in it which
> give it colour, and brown sugar has some of the impurities from refining
> white sugar added back to it.

All right. Good call :)



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