An anomaly in Sodium Fusion Extract Test


by VishalChauhan
Tags: anomaly, extract, fusion, lassaigne, sodium, sodium fusion, test
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Jan21-14, 05:43 AM
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NH2SO3H contains both sulphur and nitrogen. But it does not give red coloration on treatment of its Lassaigne extract with FeCl3. Why?
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