pararosaniline
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary 1para- + rosaniline the compound C20H21N3O, from Latin rosa rose + International Scientific Vocabulary aniline Date: circa 1879 a white crystalline base C19H19N3O that is the parent compound of many dyes; also its red chloride used especially as a biological stain

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  • pararosaniline — [par΄ə rō zan′əl in] n. 〚 PARA 1 + ROSANILINE〛 a red aniline dye, C19H19N3O, used in coloring fabrics, paper, etc. and as a biological stain * * * …   Universalium

  • pararosaniline — [par΄ə rō zan′əl in] n. [ PARA 1 + ROSANILINE] a red aniline dye, C19H19N3O, used in coloring fabrics, paper, etc. and as a biological stain …   English World dictionary

  • pararosaniline — |parə+ noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary para (I) + rosaniline : a white crystalline base C(OH)(C6H4NH2)3 that is the parent compound of many triphenylmethane dyes (as crystal violet or fuchsine); also …   Useful english dictionary

  • pararosaniline — noun A basic magenta dye having a triphenylmethane structure …   Wiktionary

  • pararosaniline — para·ros·an·i·line .par ə .rō zan əl ən n a white crystalline base C19H19N3O that is the parent compound of many dyes also its red chloride used esp. as a biological stain * * * para·ro·san·i·line (par″ə ro zanґĭ lin) a basic dye… …   Medical dictionary

  • pararosaniline — para·rosaniline …   English syllables

  • magenta 0 — pararosaniline …   Medical dictionary

  • Crystal violet — IUPAC name Tris(4 (dimethylamino)phenyl)methylium chloride[ …   Wikipedia

  • gentian violet — An unstandardized dye mixture of violet rosanilins: it is also used topically as an antiinfective. See crystal violet. * * * gentian violet n, often cap G&V any of several dyes (as crystal violet) or dye mixtures that consist of one or more… …   Medical dictionary

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