How to Make a Vitamin C Indicator.?


1. Make a corn starch paste by taking a tablespoon of corn starch and mixing it with enough distilled water to form a paste consistency. 2. Add about 8 ½ oz. (250 mL) water to the cornstarch paste and bring to a boil. This forms a starch solution. 3.
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at pharmacy stores or Walgreen's.
1 Starch-Iodine Add 2 g of corn starch or potato starch in 200 mL of cold, distilled water. Bring the mixture to a full boil in a glass beaker. To 1 liter of water, add 8 mL of the
For use as a nutritive supplement of vitamin C in cattle, horses, sheep, swine, dogs and cats.
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