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Q: What will be the colour of antacid solution if tested with benedict's solution?
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If you tested a dissolved antacid with litmus what colour would it turn?

Blue or green, because antacid is basic.


What is an aldose that turns blue in Benedicts solution called?

Aldose is a monosaccharide; the Benedict solution is initially blue (because contain copper(II) sulfate) and become red when mono- or dissacharides are tested.


What colour does a potato change if it was tested with iodine solution?

due to the presence of starch.


Would the iodine solution change colour when it is tested on a slice of bread?

negative


How can the pH of a solution be tested?

By dissolving the pH solution a colour change will occur in the solution that should be tested.Compairing the colour of solution to the colours marked on of pH chart we can find out if the solution we tested is of alkaline nature or of acidic nature or neutral.Solutions of pH7are neutral solutions.Solutions below pH7 are acidic solutions and those above pH7 are alkaline solutions.


How can pH of a solution be tested?

By dissolving the pH solution a colour change will occur in the solution that should be tested.Compairing the colour of solution to the colours marked on of pH chart we can find out if the solution we tested is of alkaline nature or of acidic nature or neutral.Solutions of pH7are neutral solutions.Solutions below pH7 are acidic solutions and those above pH7 are alkaline solutions.


Why both cows milk and water-buffalos milk produce a violet colour when tested with biuret solution?

Both cows milk and water-buffalo's milk produce a violet colour when tested with biuret solution because they both contain protein.


If corn oil is tested with Benedicts's solution and Biuret reagent and the final color is blue what do you know about corn oil?

Benedict's solution tests for aldehyde which is present in reducing sugars. If the solution remained blue than no reducing sugar's are present in corn oil.


Why does potato turn muddy green when tested with Benedict solution?

It turns that colour because it contains a small amount of starch.


What is one difference between glycogen and starch?

1. Starch is used by plants.....and glycogen is animal food.... 2. Starch gives blue colour on testing with iodine solution. and glycogen gives red colour when tested wiht iodine solution. Thank you


Sugar in blood and urine is tested with which solution?

Sugar in blood and urine is tested with Benedict's solution.


A solution is tested and found to have a pH of 1 the solution is?

This solution is acidic.

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