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Günz·berg re·a·gent

(gŭnz'bĕrg),
phloroglucin and vanillin used as a reagent in Günzberg test.
[A. Günzberg]

Günzberg,

Alfred, German physician, 1861-1937.
Günzberg reagent - phloroglucin and vanillin used as a reagent in Günzberg test.
Günzberg test - a test for hydrochloric acid utilizing phloroglucin vanillin (Günzberg reagent), with which a bright red color is produced in the presence of the acid.