Volhard

Vol·hard

(fōl'hart),
Franz, German internist, 1872-1950. See: Volhard test.
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The DQ was determined to be 36 mol% by Volhard's titration.
I am often told a pup was tested with the Volhard Aptitude Test and it is going to be an aggressive dog, or a hard-to-train dog, or some other "doomed dog"" prediction.
Meyers, encylopedia of molecular cell biology and molecular medicine, Volhard Max Planck Institute for Development Biology.
Silver content was determined using a back titration, following Volhard's method described by Xu et al.
Nitrogen and chlorine were estimated by Kjeldahl's method and Volhard's method, respectively.
Cristin Nusslein Volhard, one of the Nobel Laureates, in her address, said that Science meant not only to improve mankind, but also to encourage basic research.
Nitrogen and chlorine were estimated by the Kjeldahl's method and the Volhard's method, respectively.
One of the pioneers of home-prepared dog diets is Wendy Volhard, whose Holistic Guide for a Healthy Dog describes years of research she conducted with Kerry Brown, DVM, as they documented the effects of raw, home-prepared diets on hundreds of dogs.
The amount of silver exchanged by ZAg was determined by titration with KSCN, employing the Volhard's method.
The amino groups content (ZNHj) was checked according to the modified Volhard method as chlorides attached to the amino groups.
Volhard also described a rhythmic inflation method in 1908.
One of the pioneers of home-prepared dog diets is Wendy Volhard, whose book Holistic Guide for a Healthy Dog describes years of research she conducted with Kerry Brown, DVM, as they documented the effects of raw, home-prepared diets on hundreds of dogs.