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Shaffer-Hartmann method

Pronunciation: shaf'er hart'man

Definition: an obsolete method for the quantitative determination of glucose in biologic fluids, based on the reduction of copper by the reducing group of the sugar.

[A. Shaffer, Alexis F. Hartmann]

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