Definition of Mirbane

1. n. See Nitrobenzene.



Definition of Mirbane

1. Noun. nitrobenzene ¹

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Definition of Mirbane

1. a name for nitrobenzene [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mirbane

miraculousness
mirador
miradors
mirage
miragelike
mirages
mirandize
mirandized
mirandizes
mirandizing
mirapinnid
mirapinnids
mirasol
mirative
mirativity
mirbane (current term)
mirbanes
mire
mired
mirepoix
mires
mirex
mirexes
mirid
mirid bug
mirids
mirier
miriest
mirific
mirifical

Literary usage of Mirbane

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1. The Chemistry of Common Life by James Finlay Weir Johnston, Arthur Herbert Church (1891)
"Nitro-bcnzol, or Essence do mirbane, and benzonitril. —The camphors.—Chinese and Borneo camphors. — Balsams of Peru and Tolu. — The odoriferous resins ..."

2. On Aniline and Its Derivatives: A Treatise Upon the Manufacture of Aniline by M. Reimann, August Wilhelm von Hofmann, Georges de Laire (1868)
"... Essence of mirbane for perfumery a glass worm-pipe is employed, divided at its upper part in the form of a fork; the whole being surrounded with cold ..."

3. The Soap Maker's Handbook of Materials, Processes and Receipts for Every by Carl Deite, Alwin Engelhardt, F. Wiltner (1912)
"... essence of mirbane, etc. Although it is not a natural essential oil, being an artificial product, it is considered best to refer to it here in ..."

4. A Practical Treatise on Animal and Vegetable Fats and Oils: Comprising Both by William Theodore Brannt, Karl Schaedler (1896)
"... essence of mirbane, etc. This is benzol in which one atom of hydrogen is replaced by nitric peroxide or nitrogen tetroxide: N,O4 or NO,. ..."

5. Perfumery and Kindred Arts: A Comprehensive Treatise on Perfumery by Richard S. Cristiani (1877)
"... are cultivated in France, and submitted to the process of absorption with grease or oil, from which the odor is extracted by means of alcohol. mirbane. ..."

6. Henley's Twentieth Century Forrmulas, Recipes and Processes: Containing Ten by Gardner Dexter Hiscox (1914)
"... and if the powder is scented—for which purpose oil of mirbane is mostly used—the perfume is added at the same stage. phia yellow" (G. or R. of the ..."

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