Liebermann reagent

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Etymology[edit]

Named after Hungarian chemist Leo Liebermann (1852-1926).

Noun[edit]

Liebermann reagent (usually uncountable, plural Liebermann reagents)

  1. A mixture of potassium nitrite and concentrated sulfuric acid, used to test for cocaine, morphine, PMA and PMMA.