Description:  Microscopic flakes suspended in fluid reflect a single, intense color, but when an electric field is applied, the flakes move out of alignment, scattering the wavelengths. This makes them appear dull.
Source:  University of Rochester
Story:  Flipping flakes change color
TRN November 14, 2001
TRN Categories:  Materials Science and Engineering
Form:  Still

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