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You must take the testing object, then add Benedict's solution in a test tube. Then in a boiling beaker of water, place the test tube in. Let it sit there and see if there is any color change or precipitated materials.
Benedict's test estimates on color scale the presence of sugar .Normally used as a random pathologic
to detect the presence of reducing sugars
Iodine tests for the presence of starch. It is brownish yellow in color if there is no starch presen
its because Benedict's test only gives a possible test for reducing sugars (all monosaccharides, mal
It takes too long for a doctor to perform during a patients consultation. Also the results could be
to determine if simple sugars such as glucose and fructose are present.