Definition of Theobromines

1. theobromine [n] - See also: theobromine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Theobromines

thencefrom
thenen
thenness
thenoyltrifluoroacetone
thens
thenyl
thenyldiamine
thenyldiamine hydrochloride
theo-
theobroma
theobroma oil
theobromas
theobromic
theobromic acid
theobromine
theobromines (current term)
theocentric
theocentricity
theocentrism
theocentrisms
theocon
theocons
theoconservatism
theocracies
theocracy
theocrasies
theocrasy
theocrat
theocratic
theocratical

Literary usage of Theobromines

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1. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1908)
"Whether a similar explanation will apply to the properties attributed to the higher alkyl-theobromines prepared by means of the silver salt will be ..."

2. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
"In general the theophylline drugs are more effective than the theobromines but more apt to cause nausea. ..."

3. Principia therapeutica by Harrington Sainsbury (1906)
"... and theobromines gain entrance, it must be clear that, as in the case of the condiments, we may neglect their oxygenation, however complete : they are ..."

4. Principia therapeutica by Harrington Sainsbury (1906)
"... and theobromines gain entrance, it must be clear that, as in the case of the condiments, we may neglect their oxygenation, however complete: they are ..."

5. Principia Therapeutica by Harrington Sainsbury (1907)
"... and theobromines gain entrance, it must be clear that, as in the case of the condiments, we may neglect their oxygenation, however complete: they are ..."

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