Definition of Quinidines

1. quinidine [n] - See also: quinidine



Lexicographical Neighbors of Quinidines

quingestanol
quingestanol acetate
quinhydrone
quinhydrone electrode
quinhydrones
quinia
quinible
quinic
quinic acid
quinicine
quinicines
quinidine
quinidine-3-hydroxylase
quinidine polygalacturonate
quinidine sulfate
quinidines (current term)
quinie
quiniela
quinielas
quinies
quinin
quinina
quininas
quinindoline
quinindolines
quinine
quinine and urea hydrochloride
quinine bisulfate
quinine carbacryclic resin
quinine carbacrylic resin

Literary usage of Quinidines

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Applications. Being a by Jabez Hogg (1856)
"Quinine prepared in the same manner as the quinidines has a very different mode of crystallisation; but it occasionally presents circular corneous plates, ..."

2. The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Applications by Jabez Hogg (1856)
"Quinine prepared in the same manner as the quinidines has a very different mode of crystallisation; but it occasionally presents circular corneous plates, ..."

3. The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Applications by Jabez Hogg (1856)
"Quinine prepared in the same manner as the quinidines has a very different mode of crystallisation; but it occasionally presents circular corneous plates, ..."

4. The Chemical Gazette (1853)
"I believe I have removed all the difficulties by extracting two distinct alkaloids from some commercial quinidines; these differ greatly in their ..."

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