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  • Klaus Ruppersberg
  • Julia Hain
  • Petra Mischnick
Translated title of the contributionTracing the red dye : A historical detection reaction for lactose re-discovered
Chemistry history (s), medicine and basic research - these three approaches can be combined using a common context with a red dye in the center when dealing with students’ different interests and motivation levels!
The appropriate evidence, discovery, use and elucidation of the underlying mechanisms of pregnancy diabetes and lactose intolerance provide exciting questions for chemistry lessons in the field of carbohydrates, when keeping in mind European research history (s) and today’s open research questions.
Original languageGerman
JournalCHEMKON - Chemie konkret
Volume24
Issue4
Pages (from-to)302-308
Number of pages7
ISSN0944-5846
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StatePublished - 05.09.2017

    Research areas

  • Science communication and enrichment - Lactose, detection reaction, chemistry education, Woehlk-test, Fearon's test, sugars

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