Fehling's solution

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a liquid solution of copper sulfate and potassium tartrate and sodium hydroxide that is used to test for sugar in the urine

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Fehling's Test: To 2 ml of extract of the equal volumes of Fehling's solutions A and B was added.
10 ml mixed Fehling's solution was placed in a conical flask followed by 15 ml of the prepared solution.
The hydrolyzed sample was then titrated against the standardized freshly made Fehling's solution to determine the reducing sugar contents (Lewis and Lane, 1931).
The solutions were transferred to a burette and used to titrate the Fehling's solution under shaking and boiling conditions (electric plate model 752A, Fisatom, Brazil).
Fehling's solution was prepared by mixing equal volumes of (i) and (ii) just before use.
To perform Fehling's test for carbohydrate presence, the Fehling's solution was prepared and was labeled as A and B.
Adjusted the sugar concentration in the solution taken for titration so as to contain 0.1 to 0.3 g of sugar per 100 ml, when 10 ml of mixed Fehling's solution was used.
Subsequently some drops of the Fehling's solution A and B were supplemented.