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Hi, I've got an exam on Tuesday (biology A level) and its on a reversible reaction involving starch, I really dont have a clue coz this sounds more like chemistry to me, I have to actually perform the experiment so can any one help me with what you think I'll have to do!!!
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Hi, I have an exam on Tuesday (biology A level) and its on a reversible reaction involving starch, I dont have a clue coz this sounds more like chemistry to me, I have to actually carry the experiment out so if you have any ideas on what I might have to do please help. :confused:
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might be along the lines of glucose being isomerised to fructose
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