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You must take the testing object, then add Benedict's solution in a test tube. Then in a boiling beaker of water, place the test tube in. Let it sit there and see if there is any color change or precipitated materials.
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What is the principle of the Benedict's test?

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What does Benedict's Test provide or test for?

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What is the principle of Benedict's test?

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