Subject: What tests are there for sugar other than Benedict's reagent?
Date: Thu Sep 7 13:27:28 2000
Posted by Wendy Fuller
Grade level: 10-12
School: No school entered.
City: Southend State/Province: Essex
Area of science: Biochemistry
I have used Benedict's reagent at school to test for sugar in food, but I
was wondering if there were other tests that can be used also, especially
on foods containing non-reducing sugars such as sucrose, as these have to
be hydrolysed first.
Re: What tests are there for sugar other than Benedict's reagent?
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