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Definition of reagent:
- a chemical agent for use in chemical reactions
- A substance capable of producing with another a reaction, especially when employed to detect the presence of other bodies; a test.
- That which reacts; a chemical substance used to test the nature of another substance by observing the effect of one upon the other.
- Something added to a complex solution to determine, by the chemical action if any resulting, the presence or absence of a certain substance. Most of the reagents employed in medicochemical procedures are named after the chemists or clinicians who first employed them.
- A substance used to estimate ingredients and quantity of a compound by analysis.
- A substance that reacts on and detects the presence of other bodies: a test.
- A chemical test.
- A substance employed to detect the presence of other bodies.
- One who acts in response to a given stimulus.
- [ Latin] One who acts in response to a given stimulus( phys.).