Definition of Catechus

1. Noun. (plural of catechu) ¹



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Definition of Catechus

1. catechu [n] - See also: catechu

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Catechus

catecholate
catecholborane
catecholboranes
catechols
catechu
catechu nigrum
catechuic
catechuic acid
catechumen
catechumenate
catechumenates
catechumenical
catechumenist
catechumenists
catechumens
catechus (current term)
categorem
categorematic
categorematically
categoreme
categoria
categorial
categoric
categorical
categorical dual
categorical imperative
categorical imperatives
categorical product
categorical trait
categorical variable

Literary usage of Catechus

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1. Technical Reports and Scientific Papers by Sir Frederick Augustus Abel, Imperial Institute (Great Britain) (1903)
"... Constituents o/Gambier and Acacia catechus.1 By AG PERKIN and E. YOSHITAKE. THE short paper on catechin, just published (Kostanecki and Tambor, Her., ..."

2. The Technologist (1861)
"Animal dyes are confined chiefly to lac products and cochineal ; catechus will be more in place amongst tanning extracts, and gamboge and dragon's blood can ..."

3. A Dictionary of Pharmaceutical Science: A Guide for the Pharmaceutist by Hiram V. Sweringen (1882)
"Non-officinal catechus. CATECHU-TANNIC ACID. A peculiar tannic acid, obtained from catechu, which precipitates iron of ..."

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