Liebermann-Burchard reaction

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Lie·ber·mann-Bur·chard re·ac·tion

a blue-green color produced by acetic anhydride with cholesterol (and other sterols) dissolved in chloroform, when a few drops of concentrated sulfuric acid are added.
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oblongifolium, behaved positively against Liebermann-Burchard test for triterpenes [8].
Lipid Profiles: reference values for plasma total cholesterol were obtained by using auto-analyzer systems to which either the ferric-chloride (sulfuric acid method) or Liebermann-Burchard test was adapted.
Different plant Tests constituents Test for alkaloids Mayer's test, Dragendroff's test, Wagner's test, and Hager's test Test for proteins and Millon's test, Biuret test, and amino acids ninhydrin test Test for anthraquinones Modified Borntrager's test Test for flavonoids Ferric chloride test and lead acetate test Test for carbohydrates Molisch's test Test for reducing sugars Fehling's test and Benedict's test Test for saponins Foam formation test Test for tannins Ferric chloride test and lead acetate test Test for steroids, Liebermann-Burchard test, triterpenoids, and Salkowski test, Noller's test, cardiac glycosides Legal's test, Baljet test, and Keller Kiliani's test TABLE 2: Effect on electrolyte excretion in urine.