red precipitate


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red precipitate

[′red prə′sip·ə‚tāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Observations made the additional 6 days more the first 6 days showed that the area covered by the oxide film layer increased and that red precipitate accumulated at the plastic box.
The product of this reaction is a red precipitate. The method is very sensitive and can reveal very small traces of carbon disulfide.
A recently synthesized specimen, which had been thoroughly dried for several days, did indeed test positive (the solution turned pale pink, and, after drying, the red precipitate was visible at the bottom of the test tube).
Alkaloids were confirmed by the formation of red precipitates.