Roese-Gottlieb method

Roese-Gottlieb method

[′rez·ə ′gät‚lēb ‚meth·əd]
(analytical chemistry)
A solvent extraction method used to obtain an accurate determination of the fat content of milk.
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The milk fat was determined by Roese-Gottlieb method (Hundrieser et al., 1984).