Jan15-13, 06:27 PM
I performed the blue bottle experiment using Methylene Blue, water, NaOH and Glucose.
The reaction went fine but I have planned to make a gel of the reactants EXCLUDING glucose and then add glucose in controlled amounts to this gel to see the effects.
I know it may sound like an unconventional plan but I have a use for it (hopefully).
So all I want to know is whether its possible to make a gel form of Methylene Blue and NaOH (which are already in a predetermined concentration) in the gel?
Can such a solution be mixed with a commercially available gel that is non reactive to the above mentioned chemicals INCLUDING glucose?
I hope my question is not too confusing!
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