gallocyanine

noun gal·lo·cy·a·nine \ˌga(ˌ)lōˈsīəˌnēn, ˌgȯ(-, -nə̇n\

Definition of gallocyanine

  1. :  an oxazine dye C15H12N2O5 made from gallic acid and a nitroso derivative of aniline and used in dyeing mordanted wool and cotton bluish violet

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Origin and Etymology of gallocyanine

International Scientific Vocabulary gall- + cyan- + -ine


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