Carbohydrate1 - Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins...

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Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins Carbohydrates Cleaning Up It is important to keep the lab in the same clean condition that is in when you arrive. After the experiments, rinse all of the equipment and glassware and wipe down the lab bench. The contents of test tubes can be disposed down the drain. The tubes should be rinsed with tap water and put upside down in a test tube rack. Leave used glassware near the sink area. Monosaccharides Some sugars such as glucose are capable of reducing other compounds and are called reducing sugars. When reducing sugars are mixed with Benedicts reagent and heated, a reduction reaction causes the Benedicts reagent to change color. The color varies from yellow to green to dark red, depending on the amount of and type of sugar. Mark six test tubes one centimeter from the bottom using a wax pencil. Put a second mark on each tube approximately three cm from the bottom. Number the test tubes 1 through 6 near the top of the tubes. It is important that these numbers be located somewhere near the top of the tube. Fill four of the test tubes to the 1 cm mark with the following solutions:
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course BSC BSC1005 taught by Professor Orlando,rebecca during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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