The changes now detected in response are therefore due to no adventitious circumstance, but to the reagent itself.
Tannin precipitates, and the precipitate is soluble in excess of the reagent.
Whenever one of the operations is repeated, the strength of the reagent is successively diminished.
Moisten samples of cotton and of wool with Millon's reagent.
Fused pinkish mass, or clear colourless soluble crystals, used in chemistry as a reagent, and deoxidiser.
Treat a sample of the flour in a test tube with this reagent.
This reagent is composed of three parts of pure nitric acid at 40 with one part of distilled water.
If this is not the case a slight excess of the reagent is added.
In chemistry, as a reagent; and, owing to the cold produced during its solution, to form frigorific mixtures.
This reagent is usually added to the sol, after evaporation and before gelation.
reagent re·a·gent (rē-ā'jənt)
A substance used in a chemical reaction to detect, measure, examine, or produce other substances.
A substance participating in a chemical reaction, especially one used to detect, measure, or produce another substance. Compare agent.