Definition of Indamin

1. indamine [n -S] - See also: indamine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indamin

indagated
indagates
indagating
indagation
indagations
indagative
indagator
indagators
indagatrices
indagatrix
indalpine
indamage
indamaged
indamages
indamaging
indamin (current term)
indamine
indamines
indamins
indandione
indandiones
indane
indanedione derivatives
indanediones
indanes
indanger
indanol
indanone
indanones
indanthrene

Literary usage of Indamin

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1. Physiological Histology: Methods and Theory by Gustav Mann (1902)
"By reduction they become leuco bases, derivatives of diphenylamin, which on reoxidation form the original compound. indamin ..."

2. The Journal of Experimental Medicine by Rockefeller University, Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1907)
"The strong basic chromophore indamin —N= occurring as part of the thiazine ring has two of its bonds united to one benzene ring, while the third is linked ..."

3. Handwörten der Chemie by Albert Ladenburg (1890)
"N NH indamin. Anilin Diese Annahme steht mit der Thatsache im Einklang, dass nicht alle primären Amine mit den ..."

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