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What is Lucas reagent?

Lucas Reagent: . Lucas reagent is anhydrous zinc chloride and concentrated hydrochloric acid and is used as a reagent to test alcohols.
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What is Tollens reagent?

\nTollen's reagent is usually ammoniacal silver nitrate. Even in other variations it consists of an aqueous diaminesilver (I) complex. This diaminesilver (I) complex acts as (MORE)
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What is a reagent?

A substance used in a chemical reaction to detect, measure, examine, or produce other substances.
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What is reagent battle?

Regeant is a substance with characteristic reactions, used as a chemical test. There is no such expression as "regeant battle"
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What will you do if you transfer a reagent to another reagent?

i dont quite understand what your saying but if you mean using reagents to make a reagent like transmute bone. when you make the bone or whatever you will get rid of about 2 r (MORE)
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What is limiting reagent and excess reagent?

limiting reactant/reagent is the reactant/reagent that is in lesser amount in terms of the number of moles. this is the reactant/reagent that determines the theoretical yield (MORE)
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Why do you standardize reagents?

This is a very general question and it would help if it were more specific. You might standardize reagents because you're performing an experiment where you need to do multipl (MORE)
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What is Borsche's reagent?

It is 2,4-Dinitrophenylhydrazine with formula C6H6N4O4 or C6H3(NO2)2NHNH2. I suppose that the formula of the Borch reagent is NaBH 3 CN.
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What is benedict's reagent?

The Benedict's Reagent is a chemical solution that changes color inthe presence of the reducing sugars like glucose.