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The reacting sucrose solution color will depend on the concentration of the sucrose in solution. The higher the concentration, the darker the color: green is the least concentrated, to yellow/orange, red, and brown with the highest concentration.

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Q: What colour will Benedict's solution turn into if sugar is added?
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What colour does Benedicts solution go with milk any kind of?

Yellow, because milk contains lactose which is a reducing sugar.

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prosrdure of benidect solution test

What is the stain solution when chemical is test for sugar?

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What part of a solution would added sugar be?

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What is effect ofon turmeric solution on adding sugar solution?

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What chemical is used to test for reducing sugar?

Benedict's solution is used to test for reducing sugar.

Is the Benedict's solution test qualitative?

Benedicts solution changes through a range of colours (blue, green, orange, red) according to how much reducing sugar is present in the sample. This can be used to give a rough answer to the question "How much sugar is in the sample?", but is not accurate enough (because of the blending between one colour and the next), to be called a quantitative test.

What chemical is used to test for sugars?

Depends on the Sugar: Reducing sugars a normally monosaccharides but there are some disaccharides too like maltose. If its a reducing sugar then you would add Benedicts Reagent (alkaline copper(II) sulphate). You then heat it. if a reducing sugar is present then a precipitate is formed that will be red/orange. A Non-reducing sugar like Sucrose can be tested by first adding benedicts and heating. if no change is present you then add hydrochloric acid to hydrolyse the glycosidic bond. you then add a hydrogen carbonate solution to neutralise the acid. Then repeating the Benedicts and Heating process.

What is the colour of sugar and common salt solution?

because that is how god created it