carbazole
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary carb- + az- + -ole Date: 1887 a crystalline slightly basic cyclic compound C12H9N found in anthracene and used in making dyes

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  • Carbazole — Général Nom IUPAC 9H carbazole Synonymes dibenzopyrrole 9 azafluorène …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Carbazole — IUPAC name …   Wikipedia

  • carbazole — ● carbazole nom masculin Dibenzopyrrole ou dibenzazole C12H9N. (Accompagnant l anthracène dans les goudrons de houille, c est un intermédiaire pour la synthèse de colorants et un sensibilisateur pour la photographie dans l ultraviolet.) carbazol… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • carbazole — [kär′bə zōl΄] n. [ CARB + AZ + OLE] a white, crystalline substance, (C6H4) 2NH, occurring in crude anthracene: it is used in the manufacture of dyes, explosives, insecticides, etc …   English World dictionary

  • carbazole — karbazolas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Heterociklinis junginys. formulė (C₆H₄)₂NH atitikmenys: angl. carbazole rus. карбазол …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • carbazole — /kahr beuh zohl /, n. a white, crystalline, water insoluble compound, C12H9N, usually found along with anthracene in coal tar, or synthesized: used chiefly in the manufacture of dyes. [1885 90; CARB + AZ + OLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • carbazole — noun a) A tricyclic aromatic organic compound containing two benzene rings fused to a pyrrole ring. b) Any of its derivatives …   Wiktionary

  • carbazole — Reacts with carbohydrates (including uronates and deoxypentoses) giving colors characteristic of the sugar type; used for assay and analysis of carbohydrates and formaldehyde, and as a dye intermediate; sensitive to ultraviolet …   Medical dictionary

  • carbazole — n. chemical compound used in the production of dyes …   English contemporary dictionary

  • carbazole — car·ba·zole …   English syllables

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