bianisidine

noun bi·anis·i·dine \ ¦bī-ə-¦ni-sə-ˌdēn , -dən \

Definition of bianisidine

plural -s
:any of several isomeric compounds C14H16N2O2 the molecule of which is a doubled anisidine molecule; especially :the white crystalline ortho isomer derived from benzidine, made by reducing ortho-nitro-anisole, and used as an intermediate for many azo dyes called also dianisidine

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Origin and Etymology of bianisidine

1bi- + anisidine


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