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    Whats another way to test the concentration of reducing sugars without using Benedict's Solution
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    (Original post by LauraXxX)
    Whats another way to test the concentration of reducing sugars without using Benedict's Solution
    There a wide variety of oxidising agents that change colour when reduced (ie when added to a reducing agent). Benedict's is one. However, you can't accurately tell the concentration of a solution using benedicts. One method we do have is to react the sugar with 3,5-dinitrosalicylic acid, and then use colorimetry.
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    A method which come into my mind spontaneously is the fehling test. It show reducing sugars up by changing the color from blue to red.
 
 
 
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