Bismarck brown
Vesuvine Ve*su"vine, n. A trade name for a brown dyestuff obtained from certain basic azo compounds of benzene; -- called also {Bismarck brown}, {Manchester brown}, etc. [1913 Webster]

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  • Bismarck brown — may refer to:* Bismarck brown R, (Basic brown 4) * Bismarck brown Y, (Basic brown 1) …   Wikipedia

  • Bismarck Brown — may refer to:* Bismarck brown R, (Basic brown 4) * Bismarck brown Y, (Basic brown 1) …   Wikipedia

  • bismarck brown — ˈbizˌ , ˈbiˌsm noun Etymology: translation of German bismarckbraun, after Prince Otto von Bismarck Schönhausen 1. often capitalized 1st B : a moderate yellowish brown that is yellower and very slightly stronger than cinnamon brown, darker and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bismarck brown — Bis·marck brown biz .märk n a brown basic diazo dye that is used as a biological stain Bis·marck Schön·hau·sen bis .märk shǣn hau̇ zən Otto Edward Leopold von (1815 1898) German chancellor. The dye Bismarck brown was named in his honor. * * * a… …   Medical dictionary

  • Bismarck brown — a basic aniline dye used for staining and counterstaining histological and bacterial specimens. [O. von Bismarck (1815–98), German statesman] …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • Bismarck brown Y — Other names Bismarck brown Manchester brown Phenylene brown Basic Brown 1 C.I. 21000 Vesuvine BA …   Wikipedia

  • Bismarck brown R — A diazo dye similar to Bismarck brown Y. * * * a dark brown solid, synthetically prepared, used as a leather and textile dye and as a biological stain …   Medical dictionary

  • Bismarck Brown G — noun see bismarck brown …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bismarck Brown R — noun see bismarck brown …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bismarck brown Y — A diazo dye used for staining mucin and cartilage in histologic sections, in the Papanicolaou technique for vaginal smears, and as one of Kasten Schiff type reagents in the PAS and Feulgen stains. SYN: vesuvin. [Ger. bismarckbraun, after Otto von …   Medical dictionary

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