The temperature of the liquid will rise.
Due to the shape of the test tube heat applied to the bottom can cause the contents to be projected from the tube when it boils. Scaulding hot chemicals flying accross the room = teacher angry enough to swear at student.
The glass would heat up causing the liquid to increase it's tepeture
if its there long enough and gets hot enough and you drop it in water, it goes kaboom and shoots out its contents-trust me
They're two totally different tests. The alcohol emulsion test is for fat, and it works because water and oil don't mix. The reaction in the Benedict's test requires heat to work.
The test will be invalid as the specimen will be ruined.
the winding would burn....
ag answer imo
Try it and you'll find out !
'cos of the risk of the liquid at the bottom of the tube rapidly expanding or boiling and expelling the contents of the tube