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rudescience: “ Schweizer’s reagent: Dissolving Cotton, & Rayon fibersSchweizer’s reagent is the chemical complex: • Tetraamminediaquacopper dihydroxide  [Cu(NH3)4(H2O)2](OH)2. It is prepared by...

rudescience: “ Schweizer’s reagent: Dissolving Cotton, & Rayon fibersSchweizer’s reagent is the chemical complex: • Tetraamminediaquacopper dihydroxide [Cu(NH3)4(H2O)2](OH)2. It is prepared by...

Make Your Own Biodiesel from Vegetable Oil: It's easy and cost-effective to make your own biodiesel.

Make Your Own Biodiesel from Vegetable Oil

Make Your Own Biodiesel from Vegetable Oil: It's easy and cost-effective to make your own biodiesel.

Strontium, sulfur, And heat make for an unexpected light show:

Nitrogen triiodide is touchy enough to be detonated by a feather:

First, She Put Soap In The Microwave...Then I Couldn't Believe My Eyes

First, She Put Soap In The Microwave...Then I Couldn't Believe My Eyes

Tollens test - Carbohydrates with hemiacetal linkages are reducing sugars because they react with Tollens’ and  Benedict’s reagents. The hemiacetal form is in equilibrium with a small amount of the aldehyde or ketone form, which can react with Tollens’ and Benedict’s reagents. Carbohydrates with only acetal groups (glycosidic linkages) do not react with these reagents and are called non-reducing sugars Acetals are not in equilibrium with the aldehyde or ketone and so cannot react with these.

Tollens test - Carbohydrates with hemiacetal linkages are reducing sugars because they react with Tollens’ and Benedict’s reagents. The hemiacetal form is in equilibrium with a small amount of the aldehyde or ketone form, which can react with Tollens’ and Benedict’s reagents. Carbohydrates with only acetal groups (glycosidic linkages) do not react with these reagents and are called non-reducing sugars Acetals are not in equilibrium with the aldehyde or ketone and so cannot react with these.

Western Blot Visual Protocol: Phase 2: Protein Electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE)

Western Blot Visual Protocol: Phase 2: Protein Electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE)

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