Kober test

Ko·ber test

(kō'bĕr),
a test for naturally occurring estrogens, based upon the production of a pink color (absorption maximum: 520 mcm) when an estrogen is heated in a mixture of phenol and sulfuric acid.
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Kober test

An obsolete test for naturally occurring oestrogens based on the generation of a pink colour when the test specimen is heated with phenol and sulphuric acid.
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Kober,

Philip A., U.S. chemist, 1884–.
Kober test - a test for naturally occurring estrogens.
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