Iodine is called an indicator because when iodine is in a substance that was sprayed it indicates that diffusion has occured by the smell spreading in the room.
No. Iodine is an indicator of starch which results in a bluish-black color when mixed.
Starch is not the indicator. Iodine is the indicator of starch.
Iodine is used as an indicator for starch. When a substance has iodine added to it, then it will turn into a dark blue color. This is a sign that the substance indeed has starch in it.
Iodine makes a good indicator. The iodine will blend into the surrounding color. Once their is no more vitamin c then the iodine will start to chemically combine with any starches
An indicator that can be used to observe the breakdown of a protein is iodine. Iodine is a common indicator because it will turn a blue-black color unless the protein is broken down.
Iodine is used to indicate whether starch is present in a solution. If starch IS present, the indicator will turn dark blue/black. Iodine is used to indicate whether starch is present in a solution. If starch IS present, the indicator will turn dark blue/black. FOR WHAT PURPOSE WE USE STARCH-IODINE INDICATOR PAPER
Iodine. If you ever get iodine on your clothing, it will leave a permanent stain because of the starch.
Iodine is a good reagent.
Iodine. Iodine forms a complex with the amylose chains, forming a nice bright blue color.
Starch is not present. Iodine is an indicator for starch.
Iodine on certain foods is used as an indicator of the presence of starches in the food.
That would probably be referring to iodine.
because it comes in contact with starch changes to black.
Iodine -- it is used as a starch indicator.
It is called iodine because the Greek word for violet is iodes
why universal indicator is called universal indicator?
Yes -cooked rice has starch present which is a natural indicator for Iodine
It turns the moisture indicator brown. It stains it like it would stain your skin. it also can burn ...
Iodine solution, my friend! :]