|MadSci Network: Biochemistry|
I am currently doing an investigation into three unknown substances and trying to find out what is contained in each substance. One test I used was the benedict's test for glucose. Whilst trying think up variables in the experiment i wondered whether the amount of time needed for a colour change to take place while under heat is affected by the amount of Benedict's solution used? If so, the amount of Benedict's used would have to be the same in each substance tested, and would therefore play an important role in the outcome of the experiment. If you could answer this as soon as possible it would be a great help, thanks.
Re: Does the amount of Bendedict's solution used affect the time needed?
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