What is kovac’s reagent?
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Answer / sravani
A reagent used to detect the presence of indole. Used in
the identification of bacteria.
Kovac`s reagent is prepared by dissolving 10 g of p-
aminobenzaldehyde in 150 ml of isoamylalcohol and then
slowly adding 50 ml of concentrated hydrochloric acid.
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Answer / nasreen
Paradimethyl amino benzaldehyde-10gm, amyl or isoamyl
alcohol-150ml, conc.hcl-50ml collectively known as kovac’s
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