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  • 21Rosocyanine — Chembox new ImageFile = Rosocyanine.png ImageSize = 300px IUPACName = OtherNames = Rosocyanine Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 37204 72 1 PubChem = SMILES = Section2 = Chembox Properties Formula = [B(C21H19O6)2] Cl (as chloride) MolarMass …

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  • 22Electron microscope — Diagram of a transmission electron microscope A 197 …

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  • 23Vanilla — is a flavoring derived from orchids of the genus Vanilla native to Mexico. Etymologically, vanilla derives from the Spanish word es. vainilla , little pod . cite journal |url=http://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora id=1 taxon id=134375… …

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  • 24Olive Thomas — Born Oliva R. Duffy October 20, 1894(1894 10 20) Charleroi, Pennsylvania, U.S. Died September 10, 1920 …

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  • 25History of Medicine —     History of Medicine     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► History of Medicine     The history of medical science, considered as a part of the general history of civilization, should logically begin in Mesopotamia, where tradition and philological… …

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  • 26carbolfuchsin — car·bol·fuch·sin .kär (.)bäl fyük sən, (.)bȯl n a mixture of an aqueous solution of phenol and an alcoholic solution of fuchsin used as a stain in microscopy esp. in staining bacteria * * * car·bol·fuch·sin (kahr″bol fūkґsin) basic… …

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  • 27Molisch test — Mo·lisch test mō lish n a test for carbohydrate (as sugar) in which a reddish violet color is formed by reaction with alpha naphthol in the presence of concentrated sulfuric acid called also Molisch reaction Molisch Hans (1856 1937) German… …

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  • 28spirit — n. & v. n. 1 a the vital animating essence of a person or animal (was sadly broken in spirit). b the intelligent non physical part of a person; the soul. 2 a a rational or intelligent being without a material body. b a supernatural being such as… …

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  • 29spirit — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French or Latin; Anglo French, espirit, spirit, from Latin spiritus, literally, breath, from spirare to blow, breathe Date: 13th century 1. an animating or vital principle held to give life to… …

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  • 30Spirit (disambiguation) — The term spirit has many disparate meanings in various fields. Religion and spirituality *A ghost *In religion and spirituality, the innate essence (soul) of a being *The Holy Spirit or Holy Ghost, in Christianity, one of the three hypostases… …

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  • 31Sudan stain — Sudan staining is the use of Sudan dyes to stain sudanophilic substances, usually lipids. Sudan lysochromes (Sudan II, Sudan III, Sudan IV, Oil Red O, and Sudan Black B) are used.Sudan dyes have high affinity to fats, therefore they are used to… …

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  • 32bitters — 1. An alcoholic liquor in which bitter vegetable substances ( e.g., quinine, gentian) have been steeped. 2. Bitter vegetable drugs ( e.g., quassia, gentian, cinchona), usually used as tonics. SYN: amara. aromatic b. b. with a pleasant …

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  • 33tartramide — ˈtär.trəˌmīd, mə̇d noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary tartr + amide : a crystalline compound H2NCO(CHOH)2CONH2 made by the action of alcoholic ammonia on a tartaric ester : the amide of tartaric acid * * * ˈtartraˌmide Chem. [f.… …

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  • 34Mercury poisoning — Classification and external resources Elemental mercury ICD 10 T …

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  • 35Stanislao Cannizzaro — Infobox Scientist name = PAGENAME box width = image width =150px caption = PAGENAME birth date = July 13, 1826 birth place = Palermo death date = May 10, 1910 death place = residence = citizenship = nationality = Italy ethnicity = field =… …

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  • 36Pharmaceutical glaze — is an alcohol based solution of various types of food grade shellac.[1] When used in food and confections, it is also known as confectioner s glaze, resinous glaze, pure food glaze and natural glaze.[2][3] It is also known colloquially in the… …

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  • 37Sodium formate — Chembox new Name = Sodium formate ImageFile = Sodium formate 2D.png ImageSize = 200px ImageName = Structural formula of sodium formate OtherNames = formic acid, sodium salt Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 141 53 7 EINECS = 205 488 0… …

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  • 38Cornelis Adriaan Lobry van Troostenburg de Bruyn — Lobry de Bruyn Born 1 January 1857(1857 01 01) Leeuwarden, the Netherlands …

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  • 39alum-hematoxylin — A purple nuclear stain used in histology; a mixture of an aqueous solution of ammonium alum and an alcoholic solution of hematoxylin which is ripened or oxidized to …

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  • 40kresofuchsin — kreso·fuch·sin (kres″o f kґsin) a blue gray powder used as a stain in histology; its aqueous solution is red, the alcoholic solution blue …

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