Benedict's solution

Benedict's solution
Ben·e·dict's solution 'ben-ə-.dik(t)(s)- n a blue solution that contains sodium carbonate, sodium citrate, and copper sulfate CuSO4 and is used to test for reducing sugars in Benedict's test
Ben·e·dict 'ben-ə-.dikt Stanley Rossiter (1884-1936)
American chemist. Benedict's major contribution was in analytical biochemistry. His precise techniques for analyzing such biological materials as blood and urine made possible new discoveries in the body's chemistry. He explored the significance of his findings both to normal metabolism and to the diagnosis and treatment of disease. In 1909 Benedict presented a new method for the detection of reducing sugars. It is an improvement and modification of the classical test for sugar in the urine using Fehling's solution.

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  • Benedict's solution — noun Etymology: Stanley Rossiter Benedict died 1936 American chemist Date: 1921 a blue solution containing a carbonate, citrate, and sulfate which yields a red, yellow, or orange precipitate upon warming with a sugar (as glucose) that is a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Benedict's solution — Pharm. a reagent solution containing cupric sulfate, sodium citrate, and sodium carbonate and used to detect glucose in the urine. [named after S. R. BENEDICT] * * * …   Universalium

  • benedict's solution — noun Usage: usually capitalized B Etymology: after Stanley Rossiter Benedict died 1936 American chemist : a blue solution containing sodium carbonate, sodium citrate, and cupric sulfate which yields a red, yellow, or orange precipitate upon… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Benedict's solution — noun A solution of sodium citrate, sodium carbonate and copper sulphate whose colour changes from blue to yellow or red in the presence of reducing sugars such as glucose …   Wiktionary

  • Benedict's reagent — (also called Benedict s solution or Benedict s test) is a chemical reagent named after an American chemist, Stanley Rossiter Benedict.cite journal author = Benedict, S. R. title = A Reagent For the Detection of Reducing Sugars journal = J. Biol.… …   Wikipedia

  • Benedict'stest — Benedict s test n. A laboratory test using Benedict s solution to detect sugar in a sample. * * * …   Universalium

  • Benedict's test — Ben·e·dict s test .dik(t)s n a test for the presence of a reducing sugar (as in urine) by heating the solution to be tested with Benedict s solution which yields a red, yellow, or orange precipitate upon warming with a reducing sugar (as glucose… …   Medical dictionary

  • Benedict-Reagenz — Das Benedict Reagenz ist ein Reagenz, das in der organischen Chemie zum Nachweis von reduzierenden Zuckern, Flavonoiden und Cumarinen verwendet wird. Es wurde 1908 vom amerikanischen Chemiker Stanley Benedict erfunden.[1] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Benedict's test — a test for the presence of sugar in urine or other liquids. A few drops of the test solution are added to Benedict s solution, prepared from sodium or potassium citrate, sodium carbonate, and copper sulphate. The mixture is boiled and shaken for… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • solution — 1. The incorporation of a solid, a liquid, or a gas in a liquid or noncrystalline solid resulting in a homogeneous single phase. See dispersion, suspension. 2. Generally, an aqueous s. of a nonvolatile substance. 3 …   Medical dictionary

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