metol

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metol

(ˈmiːtɒl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a colourless soluble organic substance used, in the form of its sulphate, as a photographic developer; p-methylaminophenol. See also aminophenol
[C20: from German, an arbitrary coinage]
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Briefly, Vitros slides for [Na.sup.+] and [K.sup.+] used direct potentiometry with valinomycin for [K.sup.+] and monensin for [Na.sup.+] (3); urea slides used urease to generate ammonia, which reacted to form a color with merocyanine dye (4); creatinine was hydrolyzed to creatine, which in a reaction cascade, led to production of hydrogen peroxide that was measured by triaryl imidazole leuco-dye (4); slides for phosphorus used the formation of an ammonium-phosphomolybdate complex and its reaction with p-methylaminophenol sulfate (5); and uric acid was determined by the uricase peroxidase method (6).