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Experiments with Yamada’s Universal Indicator are also described in the Journal of Chemical Education.
Additional recommended knowledge
Yamada's Universal Indicator is a flammable liquid. The indicator dyes should be considered toxic by ingestion and skin contact should also be avoided.
"A universal indicator is typically composed of water, methanol, propan-1-ol, phenolphthallien sodium salt, methyl red sodium salt, phenol,4,4'-(3h-2,1-benzoxathiol-3-ylidene)bis2-bromo--methy l-6-(1-methylethyl)-, s,s-dioxide, monosodium salt, and phenol,4,4'-(3h-2,1-benzoxathiol-3-ylidene)bis5-methyl2-(1-m ethylethyl)-, s,s-dioxide, monosodium salt."
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