Definition of Induline

1. n. Any one of a large series of aniline dyes, colored blue or violet, and represented by aniline violet.



Definition of Induline

1. Noun. (organic compound) Any of a series of blue, bluish-red and black dyestuffs, formed by the interaction of para-amino azo compounds with primary monoamines in the presence of a small quantity of a mineral acid. ¹

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Definition of Induline

1. a blue dye [n -S]

Medical Definition of Induline

1. Any one of a large series of aniline dyes, coloured blue or violet, and represented by aniline violet. A dark green amorphous dyestuff, produced by the oxidation of aniline in the presence of copper or vanadium salts. Synonym: aniline black. Origin: Perh. Fr. Indigo. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Literary usage of Induline

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1. Stoddart's Encyclopaedia Americana: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and by American supplement, Encyclopaedia britannica (1884)
"parts acid green, 1 part faxt yellow, 1 part acid brown and induline to shade. Plum.—2 parts acid violet, 1 part acid claret, 1 part acid brown. Prune. ..."

2. Chemistry for Engineers and Manufacturers: A Practical Text-book by Bertram Blount, Arthur George Bloxam (1905)
"induline 3B is By heating the last named with paraphenylenediamine, a new dyestuff, improperly called by the already appropriated name ..."

3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1896)
"Sodium salt of sulphonic acid of aa Spirit induline. S. and J. 365. 37. Fast Blue B. Sodium salt of sulphonic acid of a Spirit ..."

4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1896)
"Sodium salt of sulphonic acid of a Spirit induline. S. and J. 366. Fast Blue B. Sodium salt of sulphonic acid of a Spirit ..."

5. Manual of Chemical Technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner (1904)
"induline is converted into a more valuable colouring matter if it is again ... For this purpose we heat in an enamelled cast-iron pan 100 kilos, induline ..."

6. Chemistry of the Organic Dye-stuffs by Rudolf Nietzki (1892)
"Tins induline is probably a phenazine produced by action of aniline on ... Dechend induline B is also formed by action of nitrobenzene on aniline ..."

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