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oa South African Medical Journal - A common source of error in testing urines qualitatively for reducing substances by means of benedict's reagent

 

Abstract

It is believed that the reduction of Benedict's reagent which is obtained when pieces of matchstick are used to stop the Benedict's urine mixture spurting out of test-tubes, is caused by the presence of glucose in the matchstick, in a proportion of 0�12% by weight.

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1967-02-01
2016-12-05
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