Definition of Laurent's acid
: a crystalline naphthylaminesulfonic acid H2NC10H6SO3H made by sulfonating alpha-naphthylamine and used as an intermediate for azo dyes; 5-amino-1-naphthalenesulfonic acid
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Origin and Etymology of laurent's acid
after Auguste Laurent †1853 French chemist
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