Ben·e·dict's solution (bĕnʹĭ-dĭkts) n.
A solution of sodium citrate, sodium carbonate, and copper sulfate that changes from blue to yellow or red in the presence of reducing sugars, such as glucose. Also called Benedict's reagent.
  [After Stanley Rossiter Benedict (1884-1936), American chemist.]

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Universalium. 2010.

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