fulgide

noun ful·gide \-ˌjīd, -jə̇d\

Definition of fulgide

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  the anhydride C6H4O3 of fulgenic acid

  2. 2 :  a derivative of fulgenic acid (as some aryl derivatives used in photography to produce removable light images in blue and black tones)

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Origin and Etymology of fulgide

German fulgid, from fulg- (from Latin fulgēre) + -id -ide


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