Berthelot reaction

Ber·the·lot re·ac·tion

(bār-tĕ-lō'),
the reaction of ammonia with phenol-hypochlorite to give indophenol; the principle is used to analyze ammonia concentration in body fluids.

Berthelot,

Pierre Eugene Marcellin, French chemist, 1827-1907.
Berthelot reaction - the reaction of ammonia with phenol-hypochlorite, used to analyze ammonia concentration in body fluids.
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The ammonia which is produced during the reaction was assayed by modified Berthelot reaction.
After that, the ammonia formed can be measured colorimetrically by the Berthelot reaction [3].
the diacetyl reaction (1), the Berthelot reaction (2), and some enzymatic reactions.