Reinsch test


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Reinsch test

[′rīnsh ‚test]
(analytical chemistry)
A test for detecting small amounts of arsenic, silver, bismuth, and mercury.
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Because the Reinsch test, a urine screening for heavy metals, is not sufficiently sensitive to detect low mercury levels, urine should be tested for mercury content by cold vapor atomic absorption (5).