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Chemicals of indelible ink

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Chemicals of indelible ink

Post  bejoy on Wed Nov 16, 2016 6:06 am

The indelible ink which is utilised here is same as the ink used in Indian Election times, the ink will remain at least for 72 hours once marked on your finger. It helps authorities to figure out the malpractices that is happening everywhere. The ink contains few important chemicals that’ll stick firmly and remains for a prolonged period of time. Silver Nitrate is the chemical which is mixed with black ink solution when the solution is applied on your finger it turns to silver chloride as a result of chemical reaction. http://bit.ly/2fWN0es

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