Vitamin C Test Reagent (with bottle), 1 tab For Sale
Vitamin “C” Test Reagent (Dichlorophenolindophenol) is a semi-quantitative indicator for vitamin C determination. One tablet contained in a dropper container. The mass is approximately 0.12 grams. Simply add 30mL of distillated water to the indicator solution to create enough for numerous experiments. There should be sufficient for approximately 15 trials, or 600 droplets in total.
Guidelines for use:
Add thirty millilitres of distilled water to the dropper container containing one (1) Vitamin C tablet.
Stir gently in order to dissolve.
Six months of stability for the solution.
Include the expiration date on the bottle’s label.
Store at 35 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit (2-8 degrees Celsius).
Testing for Vitamin C in edibles… Click the “More Details” tab to see images of these instructions.
The solution of Vitamin C Test Reagent indicator is blue. This indicator will attain a colourless endpoint when added to a solution containing vitamin C.
First, prepare the test solution by using a mortar and pestle or the base of a spoon to crush the vitamin C reagent tablet into a powder. To a pipette bottle containing powder, add 30ml (1 oz) of distilled water.
If conducting multiple liquid tests, designate each test tube with a marker. Fill each with 50 droplets of a blue indicator solution for vitamin C.
Drop by drop, add juice to the indicator solution in the test vial.
Count droplets until dark blue colour turns clear. This is your destination.
Compare various juices. Those requiring more drops to attain the clear endpoint have a lower vitamin C concentration.