Definition of Pheno-safranine

1. Noun. A purplish red water-soluble dye used in microscopy.

Generic synonyms: Saffranine, Safranin, Safranine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pheno-safranine

phenicine
phenicopter
phenindamine
phenindamine tartrate
phenindione
pheniprazine
pheniramine
pheniramine maleate
phenix
phenixes
phenmethylol
phenmetrazine
phenmetrazine hydrochloride
phenmetrazines
pheno-
pheno-safranine (current term)
phenobarb
phenobarbital
phenobarbital elixir
phenobarbitals
phenobarbitol
phenobarbitone
phenobarbitones
phenobarbs
phenobutiodil
phenocopied
phenocopies
phenocopy
phenocopying
phenocryst

Literary usage of Pheno-safranine

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1. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"Fahlberg List & Co., who claim the treatment of pheno- safranine and its homologues with mercury salts, the resultant ..."

2. A Text-book of Organic Chemistry by August Bernthsen (1891)
"with a primary monamine (1 mol.) and a second monamine in which the p- position is unoccupied (1 mol.). The simplest safranine is pheno-safranine, ..."

3. Chemistry for Engineers and Manufacturers: A Practical Text-book by Bertram Blount, Arthur George Bloxam (1905)
"... is indicated by the appearance of a blue colour, which speedily gives place to the red of pheno- safranine. The chromium or manganese oxide and less ..."

4. Allen's Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Modes of by Alfred Henry Allen (1911)
"Addition of potassium hydroxide to a cold solution of pheno- safranine gives a brown precipitate, but if this be filtered off and washed with cold water it ..."

5. Chemistry of the Carbon Compounds: Or, Organic Chemistry by Victor von Richter (1891)
"Thus, phenylene blue and aniline yield pheno- safranine:— HN.C6H4 H,N /N VN ' C<iH5 + HC1 + °J = H»NC«H»\ N Phenylene Blue. ..."

6. Industrial Uses of Water by Henri La Coux (1903)
"... pheno-safranine, safranine and amethyst. 4. Animal colouring matters : Cochineal and kermes. 5. Vegetable colouring matters : Cutch, valonia, ..."

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