Lexicographical Neighbors of Acridin
Literary usage of Acridin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1922)
"Quite a number of dyes, especially the safranin and acridin groups, inhibit tubercle bacilli much more effectively than typhoid; but their germicida! ..."
2. Physiological histology, methods and theory by Gustav Mann (1902)
"acridin itself is only slightly coloured, ... are sold commercially under the name of acridin yellow or acridin orange. ..."
3. Light Energy: Its Physics, Physiological Action and Therapeutic Applications by Margaret Abigail Cleaves (1904)
"Upon repeating the experiment, but taking a quinin solution as a screen instead of the acridin solution, the light acted disastrously as usual. ..."
4. Elements of General Radio-therapy for Practitioners by Leopold Freund (1904)
"... in an acridin solution (i in 20000), died in sunlight in 6 minutes, in diffused daylight in about 60 minutes; but if kept in the dark they were alive ..."
5. The Year-book for Colorists and Dyers: Presenting a Review of the Year's by Herman A Metz (1904)
"YELLOW acridin DYE AND PROCESS OF MAKING SAME. Karl Jedlicka, of Basle, Switzerland, assignor to the firm of Society of Chemical Industry in Basle. ..."