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    How will sodium nitroprusside /anhydrous sodium carbonate react with
    p-aminophenol to form a blue colour? What is the blue colour? Chemical equations?
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    Hi! Do you know the answer? Hope you could help!
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    It may be azodye
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    Yes, I just read about this too! It reacts with p-aminophenol to produce a blue colour derivative that can be detected spectrophotometrically at 710 nm right?
    Thanks for the reply anyway!
 
 
 
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