O hai, PF So, again, I come in the seek of help. I am usually good for my level on Chemistry, but this question was too hard for me. In the lab, we added 0.8 g of KOH and 30 ml of H2O. Then, 1g of dextrose and methylene blue. Final results were a liquid blue mixture. Thing is, when that thing is shaked, it changed to a transparent color. After resting, it became blue again. If shaked again, it would become transparent, then, after resting, blue again and ad infinitum. Just why did this happen? What kind of reaction was happening? As the final data I can give, the lab report says we could also have used glucose instead of dextrose. We were, also, studying redox reactions, I'd guess this one was redox, but what was it? Was it K2O reacting to the dextrose? Was O2 changing its oxidation state by entering and leaving the compund depending on the momentum?