tolidine
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary tol- + -idine Date: 1879 any of several isomeric aromatic diamines C14H16N2 that are homologues of benzidine and used especially as dye intermediates

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  • tolidine — [täl′ə dēn΄, täl′ədin] n. [ TOL(UOL) + (BENZ)IDINE] any of a group of isomeric dimethyl derivatives of benzidine, C14H16N2, used in the manufacture of dyes and in the detection of gold and chlorine …   English World dictionary

  • Tolidine — 2 Tolidine[1] IUPAC name 4 …   Wikipedia

  • tolidine — ˈtäləˌdēn, də̇n noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary tol + idine : any of several isomeric aromatic diamines [−C6H3(CH3)NH2]2 that are homologues of benzidine and made from the nitrotoluenes by alkaline reduction: as a. : a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tolidine — /tol i deen , din/, n. Chem. any of several isomeric derivatives of biphenyl containing two methyl and two amino groups, esp. the ortho isomer that is used as a reagent and in the preparation of dyes. [1895 1900; TOL(UENE) + ID3 + INE2] * * * …   Universalium

  • tolidine — tol·i·dine …   English syllables

  • tolidine — tol•i•dine [[t]ˈtɒl ɪˌdin, dɪn[/t]] n. chem. any of several isomeric derivatives of biphenyl containing two methyl and two amino groups, esp. the ortho isomer that is used as a reagent • Etymology: 1895–1900; tol (uene) + idine …   From formal English to slang

  • tolidine — /ˈtɒlədin/ (say toluhdeen), / dɪn/ (say din) noun any of three isomeric derivatives of dimethylbenzidine, (C6H3CH3NH2)2, the orthoisomer of which is used in making dyes. {from tol(u) + id(e) + ine2} …   Australian English dictionary

  • meta-tolidine — noun see tolidine …   Useful english dictionary

  • ortho-tolidine — noun see tolidine …   Useful english dictionary

  • o-tolidine — o to·li·dine (tolґĭ dēn) a compound related to benzidine and formerly used in testing for occult blood; its use is now restricted because it is a carcinogen …   Medical dictionary

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