reagent

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Englisch - Türkisch
belirteç
tepkin
(Gıda) ayraç
miyar
ayıraç
(Kimya) Bileşimi, birleşime veya ayrışıma uğratarak niteliklerini belirtmede kullanılan madde, miyar, reaktif
{i} denek
(Tıp) Başka bir maddeyi meydana çıkarmak veya teftiş etmek için kullanılan ecza, miyar, ayıraç
{i} reaksiyon
{i} reaktif
i., kim. ayıraç, miyar
{i} ayıraç [kim.]
{i} tepki
ölçü
reagent sprayer
(Tıp) belirteç püskürtücü
reagent sprayer
(Tıp) reaktif
analytical reagent
analitik ayıraç
agulhon's reagent, biochem
(Tıp) Agullhon reaktifi. Syreltik nitrik asit içersinde O.IN kromik asit solüsyonu (Primer alkollerin titrasyonunda kullanılır)
benedict’s reagent
benedik belirteci
ehrlich's diazo reagent
(Tıp) İdrarda ürobilinojen araştırılmasında kullanılan bir reakitf
settling reagent
(Askeri) prizi arttırıcı katkı
Englisch - Englisch
A usually available or readily made compound or known mixture of compounds used to treat materials, samples, other compounds or reactants in a laboratory or sometimes an industrial setting
{n} a substance employed to precipitate another in a solution, or detect the ingredients of a mixture
Substance used in a chemical reaction to produce another substance or to detect its composition
Chemical testing compounds that are used to test for chlorine, bromine, pH, total alkalinity, calcium hardness, etc
the chemist's technical term for a testing solution
Any chemical used in a laboratory test or experiment
Substance used in a chemical reaction
A substance or solution used to produce a characteristic reaction in chemical analysis
(AR) Analytical grade (limited, see ACS)
A chemical substance used to detect, separate or extract other substances, usually in solution or from crushed ore
A pure chemical substance that is used to make new products or is used in chemical tests to measure, detect, or examine other substances
Substance that can be used to create a magic spell
a chemical used in the mineral recovery process
Spell components needed to cast, like Bat Wing for Levitate or Jasper for Rune III
A substance capable of producing with another a reaction, especially when employed to detect the presence of other bodies; a test
A chemical or solution used to produce a desired chemical reaction; a substance used in assaying or in flotation
{i} substance used to detect or measure another substance or to convert one substance into another by chemical reaction (Chemistry)
a substance used to cause a reaction, especially to detect another substance
Any substance used in a chemical reaction to detect, measure, examine, or produce other substances
A reagent is a substance that is used to cause a chemical reaction. Reagents are often used in order to indicate the presence of another substance. a substance that shows that another substance in a compound exists, by causing a chemical reaction (present participle of reagere , from agere )
A chemical °species that undergoes change as a result of a chemical °reaction
a chemical substance used to cause a reaction for the purpose of chemical analysis
the chemicals agents or dyes used to test pool water
a chemical agent for use in chemical reactions
A chemical or substance used to produce a desired chemical action in treating ore
A substance that takes part in a chemical reaction
Benedict's reagent
a buffered solution of copper sulphate which changes from blue to red in the presence of a reducing sugar
Brady's reagent
Dinitrophenylhydrazine
Grignard reagent
an alkyl or aryl magnesium halide, used in the Grignard reaction to form substituted alcohols; they are formed from alkyl or aryl halides and metallic magnesium
Molisch's reagent
10% α-naphthol (C10H8OH) dissolved in ethanol (C2H5OH). It is used in Molisch's test for the detection of carbohydrates
affinity reagent
An antibody, peptide, nucleic acid, or other small molecule that specifically binds to a larger target molecule in order to identify, track, capture, or influence its activity
Nessler's reagent
{i} Nessler's solution, water based solution of potassium hydroxide and mercuric iodide and potassium iodide (used to test and detect for the presence of ammonia)
Schiff's reagent
An aqueous solution of rosaniline and sulfurous acid used to test for the presence of aldehydes
reagents
Chemicals which are added to water samples to react with a specific chemical in the sample to produce a measurable effect (such as the formation of colour) which enable the determination of the concentration of a particular chemical(s) in the water- see also colourimeter
reagents
Reaction solutions and enzymes, used to carry out chemical or enzymatic reaction sequences
reagents
Substances used to recover the tiny particles of phosphate rock during the flotation process Phosphate reagents include fuel oil, soap skimmings and fatty acids When coated with these substances, the phosphate particles repel water and are attached to air bubbles which float them to the surface of the vessel, while the sand sinks
reagents
are chemicals added to a solution that participate in a chemical reaction
reagents
Reagents come in a variety of different qualities For the work that is done in environmental testing, the use of chemicals meeting American Chemical Society (A C S ) requirements is recommended
reagents
The chemical agents, dyes, indicators or titrants used in testing various aspects of water quality
reagents
Strips or tablets that people use to test the level of glucose (sugar) in their blood and urine or the level of acetone in their urine These reagents are treated with chemicals that change color during the test Each type of reagent has its own color code to show how much glucose or acetone there is at the time of the test
reagents
Note that the word is 'reagent' and not 'reactant', because these two words are different and they mean different things, OK? The word reagent is taken to mean a substance that can be taken from a shelf or from a store cupboard geddit? If students are requested to specify the name of a reagent they must give the full name of the compound, eg sodium hydroxide rather than 'hydroxide ions '
reagents
plural of reagent
reagents
Chemical used to test concentrations of specific compounds in pool water
reagents
Any chemical or mixture of chemicals ordered for the express purpose of use in a laboratory setting
reagents
Chemicals used for testing of water
reagents
Tablets, powder or liquid solutions used to test water for various conditions
reagent

    Silbentrennung

    re·a·gent

    Türkische aussprache

    rieycınt

    Aussprache

    /rēˈāʤənt/ /riːˈeɪʤənt/

    Etymologie

    [ rE-'A-j&nt ] (noun.) 1797. New Latin reagent-, reagens, present participle of reagere to react; more at REACT.

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