Subject: Why do TTC and methylene blue change colour when put with microorganisms?
Date: Wed Oct 26 02:58:06 2005
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Area of science: Biochemistry
I understand that when there is no oxygen present the TTC and Methylene Blue
will change colour however i dont understand how do they change colour. I
know that that they are re-dox indicators but am not sure about how the whole
process works. Please explain in detail so i can understand.
Thank you Very much
[This question is a follow-up to
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Re: Why do TTC and methylene blue change colour when put with microorganisms?
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