Hans, Austrian chemist, 1856-1937. See: Molisch test.
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Molisch, "Multi-user two-way relay networks with distributed beamforming," IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol.
The model has been described and implemented by Molisch [23].
To a few drops of the sample, molisch reagent was included followed by the layering of concentrated sulfuric acid shows the presence of reddish-brown ring indicates the nearness of carbohydrates.
Carbohydrates were detected using Molisch's test, violet ring formation indicates the presence of reducing sugars (Evans, 1996).
Molisch, "Measurements and analysis of propagation channels in high-speed railway viaducts," IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol.
Molisch, "Propagation parameter estimation, modeling and measurements for ultrawideband mimo radar," Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
For each ethanol extract, presence or absence of sesquiterpenic lactones, coumarins, and cardiotonics were determined by ferric hydroxamate, Ehrlich method, fluorescence test, Baljet's test, and Molisch test.
Phytochemical analyzed Test method Inference Carbohydrate Molisch's test - Fehling's test - Flavonoids Alkaline reagent test + Ferric chloride test ++ Tannins Ferric chloride test ++ Potassium dichromate test +++ Glycosides Keller-Kiliani's test + Saponins Foam test +++ Alkaloids Mayer's test + Dragendorff's test + Sterols and triterpenoids Salkowski test - Amino acids Ninhydrin test - (+++): appreciable amount; (++) moderate amount; (+) trace amount; (-) completely absent.
Molisch, "Fundamental limits of caching in wireless D2D Networks," Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Molisch, "Enabling Gigabit services for IEEE 802.11ad-capable high-speed train networks," in Proceedings of IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS), pp.