Nessler

Ness·ler

(nes'lĕr),
A., German chemist, 1827-1905. See: Nessler reagent.
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using Nessler's reagent was used as indication of L-asparaginase activity.
1905: Charles Nessler first used a permanent waving machine on a woman's hair.
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Now neutralized boric acid absorbing solution by adding 2mL Nessler reagent.
The production of ammonia was detected by adding Nessler's solution as described by Sims and Collins [24] and Rana and Mastrorilli [18].
Nessler asserts that it was in fact "an island wide struggle over the meaning and boundaries of liberty, citizenship and racial equality" (2).
Nessler M, Puchala J, Kwiatkowski S, Kobylarz K, Mojsa I, Chrapusta-Klimeczek A.
Jonathan Nessler said he voluntarily withdrew the suit filed in Sangamon County Circuit Court in Springfield in late 2017 because of unspecified complications related to Arch's bankruptcy proceedings in the U.S.
N[O.sub.2.sup.-]-N + N[O.sub.3.sup.-]-N was determined by the cadmium reduction method followed by the diazotization method (low range) whereas TAN was determined by Nessler's method after the distillation of samples.
Ferric chloride, Folin-Ciocalteu reagent, Nessler's reagent, and Lieberman reagent are some of the colorimetric reagents for paracetamol detection [14].