Reagents are a type of chemical which react to a specific compound, typically changing color or opacity when that compound is present. Usually, you add a few drops of a reactive chemical into a container of your sample, and look for a color change. Some reagents are dried onto flat strips or put inside glass tubes (for air testing). ## Questions [questions:reagents] ## Activities Reagents are a really broad category, but some techniques related to them may be usable for various target chemicals. [activities:reagents] **** ## Additional work [notes:reagents]...

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Ag8n " The kits for these tests ( someone correct me if I'm wrong) appear to be made by RenekaBio. A quick look down the test procedure and method showe..." | Read more » over 3 years ago
bararesbest " What is the solution 2? " | Read more » over 3 years ago
briandegger "Great article. Its also good to know about Renekabio(based in US and Indonesia ftw) and their set of assays. Is this the detection kit you used? h..." | Read more » about 4 years ago
silverhammer "Hi, Thanks. Answers as follows: 1. Yes - kit does come with a color card. Its got 3 states. Control (orange), Pink (bad), Pink/Orange (so-so) 2..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
cfastie "Holy Mackerel. SCIENCE! This is a great use of the Public Lab spectrometer, and you are getting very good spectra with it. Does the RenekaBio ass..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
silverhammer "I added an additional graph to show the expected active cholinesterase concentration for safe and unsafe zones based on our measurements as well as..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
silverhammer "Thanks! I added a wiki page to document some additional experiments I want to run and for others to use. Main purpose is for method refinement, e..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
liz "This is incredible work. " | Read more » over 8 years ago