Definition of Indamine

1. Noun. (chemistry) any of a range of organic bases related to phenazine; they form indigo-coloured salts used in making dyes ¹



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Definition of Indamine

1. a chemical compound [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indamine

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

Literary usage of Indamine

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1. Allen's Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Modes of by Alfred Henry Allen (1911)
"indamine Blue B for wool. ... i Blue N. indamine ' Blue N extra. I ; i Remarks From nitroso-di- methylaniline and diethyl-w- phenylene di- Prom phenan ..."

2. The Fundamental Processes of Dye Chemistry by Hans Eduard Fierz-David (1921)
"On oxidizing this indamine together with hydrogen sulphide, ... As a so-called quinoid indamine it is able to condense with a variety of substances. ..."

3. Coal Tar Dyes and Intermediates by Edward de Barry Barnett (1919)
"(b) The indamine is not isolated but is formed as an intermediate product, the azine being formed in one operation by the joint oxidation of one molecule of ..."

4. The Printing of Textile Fabrics: A Practical Manual on the Printing of by Charles Frederick Seymour Rothwell (1897)
"indamine 6 R is another practically fast reddish tannic or basic colouring-matter, rather duller in shade than rhodamine, but very useful to the printers, ..."

5. Chemistry of the Organic Dye-stuffs by Rudolf Nietzki (1892)
"The indamine produced has the constitution [1] : N NH This constitutional formula is ... As the indamine may be reproduced on oxidation, this body must be ..."

6. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"A.", however, the formation of an indamine only takes place if the para- ... the formation of the indamine may be either primary, secondary, or tertiary, ..."

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