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To test the presence of starch in the given food sample. Apparatus and materials required: Test tubes, test-tube stand, test-tube holder, spirit lamp, dropper, filter paper, iodine solution, distilled water, and foodstuff potato, rice, wheat or maize grains. It is found in different kinds of cereals such as rice, wheat, maize, etc.
After reacting with iodine solution starch forms a dark, blue-black compound. The appearance of blue-black colour is due to the presence of amylase in starch.
Take a few small, freshly cut pieces of potato or a few grains of rice or wheat or maize in a clean test tube. Pour 10 mL distilled water into the test tube.
Now, boil the contents of the test tube for about 5 minutes. Allow the test tube to cool. Filter the contents of the test tube through a filter paper. Test the obtained filtrate for the presence of starch by the following method.
Use test-tube holder for holding the test tubes and keep the mouth of the test tube away from yourself while heating. Use clean test tubes. Do not use too much of iodine solution. To test the presence of the adulterant metanil yellow in dal pulse Apparatus and materials required: Test tubes, test-tube stand, test-tube holder, conc.
HCl, mortar-pestle, filter paper, distilled water and a sample of dal Theory: Metanil is a cheap dye which is commonly used in colouring non-food items like clothes. Grind g of dal in a mortar-pestle.
Take this powdered dal in a clean test tube. Pour 10 mL distilled water into the test tube and shake it well.
Filter the contents of the test tube through a filter paper and use the filtrate to test for metanil yellow by the following method. Always use clean test tubes.Show transcribed image text Design a detailed, step-by-step, experiment to Detect the presence of Nitrate reductase gene in your unknown bacterial sample Detect the presence of Nitrate reductase enzyme in your unknown bacterial sample.
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Most commonly used tests for detection of reducing sugars are Fehling’s Test, Benedict’s Test and Barfoed’s Test.
Jun 21, · You can see the Practical No of Class 12 CBSE Chemistry Course: To Detect one Acid and one Basic Radical Salt Experiment: Pb(NO3)2. I have included all the contents ; AIM, Theory, Appratus, Chemicals Required, Reactions, Procedure, Result and Precautions. Note: If the solution turns to blue-black colour it indicates the presence of starch in the solution.
Observation. The test solution turns blue-black in colour.
Inference. Iodine reacts with starch to form starch/iodine complex which has a blue-black colour. The appearance of blue-black colour confirms the presence of starch in the given food sample.
Barfoed's test is used to detect the presence of monosaccharide (reducing) sugars in solution. Barfoed's reagent, a mixture of ethanoic (acetic) acid and copper(II) .