CLEAPSS Supporting practical science and technology
CLEAPSS Resources
Latest Resources
Search For:
Showing results 1 to 10 of 605
1 234

Members only resource Click to download Document.
Guidance on the preparation of Benedict’s qualitative solution. This is used to qualitatively test for reducing sugars e.g. glucose, via a colour change
words matched: glucose, solutions

Members only resource Click to download Document.
This provides an opportunity to develop and practice colorimetric techniques, and to plot a calibration curve. 
words matched: glucose, solutions

Members only resource Click to download Document.
Guidance on the preparation of Benedict's quantitative solution. This is used for the quantitative analysis of reducing sugars. 
words matched: glucose, solutions

Members only resource Click to download Document.
Describes the advantages and disadvantages of various Visking tubing practical activities intended to illustrate the workings of the gut. Suggests a range of solutions to problems identified.
words matched: glucose, solutions

Members only resource Click to download Document.
Provides detailed instructions for a simple practical which illustrates some of the working of the gut. Uses sucrose as the starting substrate and DNS reagent or glucose testing strips to identify the.. more
words matched: glucose, solutions

Members only resource Click to download Document.
Guidance for the preparation and use of DNSA (or DNS) reagent for reducing sugars. The reagent may be used qualitatively or quantitatively (colorimetric method).
words matched: glucose, solutions

Members only resource Click to download Document.
Although both aldehydes and ketones contain the carbonyl functional group (-C=O), only aldehydes give a positive test (formation of an orange to brick-red precipitate of copper(I) oxide) with Fehling’.. more
words matched: glucose, solutions

Members only resource Click to download Document.
Basic recipe for making agar, with additional details for making a range of agars used in science practicals, but not including those used in microbiology. (See GL229 for those.)
words matched: glucose, solutions

Members only resource Click to download Document.
Updated from section 14 of the CLEAPSS Handbook, this short guide describes how to safely collect, study and dispose of these two common human body fluids.
words matched: glucose, solutions

Members only resource Click to download Document.
Describes an alternative, yet simple, GCSE practical activity which models enzymes working in the gut, using milk and lactase. Uses commonly-available glucose testing strips to determine the course of.. more
words matched: glucose, solutions

Showing results 1 to 10 of 605
1 234