Chemistry behind tattoos.
The sources that helped in the writing of this paper ‘Chemistry Behind Tattoos’ include the book, tattoos-philosophy for everyone by Arp. The chemical engineer a book by the institution of chemical engineers, London, Tattoo artists a book by Nagle. Tattoo a book by Polidoro and front-page-science a book by Saul.
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The removable inks follow a quite different philosophy these inks based on the dyes that can be absorbed then degraded by the body. The dye wrapped inside a transparent capsule; this ensures that it remains inside the skin for as long as the bearer of the tattoo wishes.
The protective capsule made up of a light sensitive substance that decomposed when radiated with the appropriate laser. In this way, when the bearer of the tattoo wishes to get rid of the tattoo, he/she will just have to degrade the protective capsule by the use of an appropriate laser.
This will in turn release the dye molecules, which will then, be absorbed and metabolized by the body cells within several hours and the tattoo will disappear without any trace (Saul et al 2012).
Tattoos have simple chemical structures they are becoming common and more common each day, and people should be educated on the effects and the effects of these tattoos on the body. This will enable one to make a clear and well-educated decision when deciding if to get a tattoo or not.
Arp, R. (2012). Tattoos – Philosophy for Everyone: I Ink, Therefore I Am. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
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