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In my revision guide it says 'it's easiest to measure the concentration of the blue Benedicts solution that's left after the test (the paler the solution, the more glucose there was)' but I thought as glucose is a reducing sugar which is what the test tests it would turn brick red
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If it is a reducing sugar it turns from blue to brick red. It is a qualitative test so I've never heard a about measuring the Benedict reagent. I know you can make the test qualitative by using a colorimeter that's it?
I don't if I answered your question... ?

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