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    1) "A test must not five a positive result due to the presence of some other substance (this would be a false positive). Explain, it terms of their solubility is different solvents and your knowledge f the emulsion test, why you do not see false positives due to:
    -Monosachharides and disaccharides
    -Starch
    -Nucleic acid
    -Protein"

    2) Outline a method for a fully quantitative test for reducing sugars.

    3) Suggest how you could distinguish a sample of glucose from a sample of maltose using Benedict's reagent. [Hint: maltose is a disaccharide reducing sugar.]

    4) Suggest improvements to the method for the qualitative sugar tests.

    (If you don't know the reducing/non-reducing sugar tests then don't worry about answering the 4th question.)

    Thanks in advance, I just found out that this is due tomorrow and counts towards my practical pass/fail so I really, REALLY appreciate any help.
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    Im stuck on the first question too, have you found out the answer? Any advice would be great. Thank you
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    I have to answer these too and have no idea about any of it! Can anyone help us out?
 
 
 
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