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    Hello, I have recently been studying qualitative testing for glucose, and I am stuck on these two questions:

    1) What improvements can you suggest to the method you were given for this qualitative test?

    2) What changes would you make to obtain semi-quantitative results?

    Would appreciate any help. Thanks
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    (Original post by dherr123)
    Hello, I have recently been studying qualitative testing for glucose, and I am stuck on these two questions:

    1) What improvements can you suggest to the method you were given for this qualitative test?

    2) What changes would you make to obtain semi-quantitative results?

    Would appreciate any help. Thanks
    Hiya:hi: Sorry that nobody has got back to you on this.

    Are you aware of the difference between quantitative and qualitative results?

    I'm assuming that the given results are qualitative, what do the results look like?
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Hiya:hi: Sorry that nobody has got back to you on this.

    Are you aware of the difference between quantitative and qualitative results?

    I'm assuming that the given results are qualitative, what do the results look like?
    Sorry for the late reply. I was able to find the answers to the questions, but thank you for offering your help, it is appreciated.
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    what did you get for the answer? I still don't know ?
 
 
 
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