Definition of Myrbane

1. a name for nitrobenzene [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Myrbane

myotonic dystrophy
myotonic muscular dystrophy
myotoxic
myotoxin
myotoxins
myotube
myotubes
myotubular
myotubularin
myotubule
myotubules
myovascular
myoxid
myoxids
myoxine
myrbane (current term)
myrbanes
myrcene
myrcenes
myria-
myriad
myriad(a)
myriads
myriadth
myriadths
myriagon
myriagons
myriagram
myriagramme
myriagrammes

Literary usage of Myrbane

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1. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour Review (1892)
"That the said so-called oil of myrbane is a coal-tar preparation, not a colour nor dye ; that it is a chemical compound, and a constructed oil, ..."

2. Testimony Taken by the Subcommittee on the Tariff of the Senate Committee on by United States, Senate, Congress, Committee on Finance (1888)
"The nitro-benzol is not the rectified nitro-benzol known as myrbane oil, but the ordinary article used for making magenta or fuchsine. TARIFF ON MARBLE. ..."

3. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"When the nitrobenzol is to be sold aa myrbane,' it is distilled under diminished pressure in order to obtain a perfectly clear and transparent liquid such ..."

4. Lubricants, Oils and Greases: Treated Theoretically and Giving Practical by Iltyd I. Redwood (1898)
"The perfuming should be done by sprinkling the myrbane over the grease as it is ... On no account must the myrbane be added to the grease in the kettle, ..."

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