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Does anyone know why acid is used in the non reducing sugars test?
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It breaks down sucrose into glucose and fructose I think, then you add alkali to neutralise it so Benedicts Reagant has the right conditions and you get a positive result, I did it in class last week so I hope that’s right 😂
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Thank you sm 😂
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