Definition of Quinoid

1. Adjective. (organic chemistry) Having a structure based upon a quinone ¹



2. Noun. (organic chemistry) Any substance whose structure is based upon a quinone. ¹

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Definition of Quinoid

1. a chemical compound [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quinoid

quinins
quinism
quinisocaine
quinizarin
quinizine
quinizines
quinnat
quinnat salmon
quinnats
quinoa
quinoas
quinocide
quinocide hydrochloride
quinoestradiol
quinogen
quinoid (current term)
quinoidal
quinoidine
quinoids
quinol
quinolin
quinoline
quinoline dehydrogenase
quinoline oxidoreductase
quinoline yellow
quinolinemethanethiol
quinolinemethanethiols
quinolinemethanol
quinolines
quinolinic

Literary usage of Quinoid

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1. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"40, 3425) consider that the green tri-acid safranine salts obtained on solution in sulphuric acid are mixtures of a yellow u-quinoid, and a blue p-quinoid ..."

2. Organic Chemistry for Advanced Students by Julius Berend Cohen (1918)
"In the latter case the stability of the quinoid form will tend to deepen ... Moreover, it appears that dyes with long conjugate chains of alternate quinoid ..."

3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1910)
"Now it is well-known that />-quinones form with considerable readiness, whereas o-quinones are more difficult to prepare, and w-quinoid substances are not ..."

4. Analytical Chemistry by Frederick Pearson Treadwell (1921)
"The compound on the left is yellow in color and its color is due to the azo group N : N; the other compound is red, having for its chromo- phor the quinoid ..."

5. Organic Chemistry for Advanced Students by Julius Berend Cohen (1913)
"Some of the ortho-hydroxy compounds, on the other hand, appear to possess a quinoid structure, and according to Hewitt and Mitchell '• 2 Baly, Tuck, ..."

6. Chemistry of Dye-stuffs by Georg von Georgievics (1903)
"Against the assumption of a quinoid form of ... which the existence of the quinoid form has been assumed—colourless lactones are obtained. ..."

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