The test used for identification of reducing sugars is called......

Options :
  1. Osazone test
  2. Amide test
  3. Ketone test
  4. Aldehyde test


Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 1

Explanation:

Osazone test is used for identification of reducing sugars. Compounds containing carbonic group reacts with phenyl hydrazine to give osazone crystals. These crystals have characteristic shapes and melting points which then are used for identification of reducing sugars.

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