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A substance or mixture for use in chemical analysis or other reactions.‘this compound is a very sensitive reagent for copper’
- ‘There are literally hundreds of reagents not discussed here that can be categorized as electrophiles.’
- ‘In addition, the organic components of adjacent threads, particularly wool, can act as a source of corrosive reagents.’
- ‘More to the point, it has facilitated many reactions that depend upon acetic acid as a reagent or solvent.’
- ‘Ozone is a strong electrophilic reagent which can attack the double bond found in alkenes.’
- ‘There is no standard chemical reagent available that has this skeletal form - it must be constructed from scratch.’
- ‘But what happens to a chemical reaction if the reagents are not in an ideal ratio?’
- ‘In addition, alkyl groups may correspond to reagents and intermediates in organic chemistry.’
- ‘When the catalyst is dissolved in the same solvent as the reagents, getting the catalyst back can be a difficult matter.’
- ‘Vapors from chemical warfare agents are converted to ions by a chemical-ionization reagent gas.’
- ‘Over several centuries, they developed the ability to produce a number of important chemical reagents.’
- ‘All chemicals and reagents were of the highest purity available.’
- ‘The second phase comprises an organic solvent containing soluble reagents such as olefins.’
- ‘It reacts with oxygen, acids, and other reagents only at higher temperatures.’
- ‘After coating the glass with a silane reagent containing aldehyde groups, they used Schiff's base chemistry to immobilise the protein molecules.’
- ‘Nitrate was analysed in the same material using salicylic acid as a reagent.’
- ‘Total free amino acids in the leaf extracts and in the phloem exudate were analysed with the ninhydrin reagent.’
- ‘All other chemicals and reagents used were of the highest grade commercially available.’
- ‘Agglutination reaction was carried out using the reagents with the stool supernatants.’
- ‘The direction to use concentrated hydrochloric acid, a bench reagent, necessarily involved the addition of some water.’
- ‘This method resulted in an almost instant purification of molecules, using filtration to separate the chemical reagents from the products.’
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