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Nesslers reagent

Nesslers reagent

A solution of potassium hydroxide, mercuric iodide, and potassium iodide; it yields a yellow colour with ammonia (a brown precipitate with larger amounts) that can be used for quantitative assay.


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... test for that, and if its presnt, photorespiration occured. So I use nesslers reagent to test for ammonia. But thank you guys very much for your help.

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by negativefx14
Sun Jan 13, 2008 3:59 am
 
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