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describe a method to determine if a solution is made of kci or C6 h12 o6 without tasting it

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    Although I HIGHLY recommend that we do NOT taste things in the lab, if I were absolutely CERTAIN that the material was EITHER KCl (note, not an i) or C6H12O6 (not the screwy formula you have) I would taste it. KCl tasts salty. Glucose tastes sweet.

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