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The iodine test is used to test for the presence of starch. Starch turns an intense " blue-black" ... How does starch indicate iodine? General Chemistry Online ...

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Dec 6, 2016 ... The exact structure of the starch-iodine complex has been a mystery .

chemistry.elmhurst.edu/vchembook/548starchiodine.html

Starch: Plants store glucose as the polysaccharide starch. The cereal grains ( wheat, ... Starch amylopectin does not give the color, nor does cellulose, nor do ... Only iodine element in the presence of iodide ion will give the characteristic blue  ...

www.quora.com/Why-does-the-color-of-iodine-solution-turn-blue-when-starch-is-added-to-it

I actually came across this while doing research for my IB Extended Essay. 10%- 20% of starch consists of the polysaccharide, amylose. It is amylose that reac...

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Starch when mixed with Iodine turns a deep shade of blue because starch contains amylose. Amylose is a soluble component of starch as well as other...

www.futurity.org/iodine-starch-1232362-2

Aug 23, 2016 ... Research on photovoltaic materials has solved a long-time chemistry mystery: Why does an iodine solution turn blue-black when starch is ...

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When starch is present, the iodine changes from brown to blue-black or purple. ... DO NOT put iodine in your mouth and DO NOT eat any tested foods, as iodine ... A solution of corn starch in water (left) turns purple while the milk (right) remains ...

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Jun 11, 2003 ... Plant starches are composed of two kinds of polysaccharides, ... Iodine will also react with amylopectin, but with a purple color rather than blue.

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