noun in·dogen·ide \ˈindəjə̇ˌnīd; ə̇nˈdäjəˌn-, -nə̇d\

Definition of indogenide



  1. :  a compound that is an alkylidene substitution product of indoxyl formed by reaction of indoxyl with an aldehyde or ketone

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Origin and Etymology of indogenide

International Scientific Vocabulary indogen bivalent nitrogen-containing radical C8H5NO (International Scientific Vocabulary 2ind- + -gen) + -ide

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