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P. ) 19. Why does it whiten molasses candy to pull it? Water is given up both in cooking and pulling. This causes more light to be reflected (Q. 16), while the crystals formed, especially on the surface, hide the impurities. Why does plastering become lighter in color as it dries ? Because, as the water evaporates, the mortar transmits less light, and reflects more light to the eye. 20. i1 . " Kerosene oil-flame emits only heat and color, but no actinic Some dark-rooms" are lighted with yellow glass windows.