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  1. I got this.
    Two reactions. First one is slowly producing iodine. Second reaction quickly uses it up. When the second reactant is used up, the iodine no longer gets instantly used, so they color changes.

    Normally iodine is brown in solution, but there’s a bit of starch in there and that turns it black.

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