I've read several descriptions of the color of activated MMS1. It should be amber colored after 20-30 seconds when activated with 50% citric acid. But one of the descriptions described the "amber" color as the color of a beer bottle, which is much darker than my solution. The only time I've seen that dark color is when I was interrupted and inadvertently left the activated solution for 15 minutes.
The color of mine is generally amber, something like the attached image clip.
The color you see when making MMS1, activated for 30 seconds, will depend on how many drops are used and how confined the solution is; spread out or pooled in a corner of the mixing container. And, the color intensity will be less when looking down on the solution vs looking through the solution.
This is a photo of a 4 drop MMS1 dose in a test tube. Note the CLO2 yellow gas above the solution.
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