Definition of Thionol

1. n. A red or violet dyestuff having a greenish metallic luster. It is produced artificially, by the chemical dehydration of thionine, as a brown amorphous powder.



Definition of Thionol

1. Noun. (organic compound) A red or violet dyestuff with a greenish metallic lustre, produced by the chemical dehydration of thionine. ¹

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Medical Definition of Thionol

1. A red or violet dyestuff having a greenish metallic luster. It is produced artificially, by the chemical dehydration of thionine, as a brown amorphous powder. Origin: Thionine + -ol. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Thionol

thionaphthene
thionaphthenes
thionate
thionates
thione
thionein
thioneine
thiones
thionic
thionic acid
thionin
thionine
thionines
thionins
thiono-
thionol (current term)
thionoline
thionolines
thionucleosides
thionucleotides
thionyl
thionylamine
thionylamines
thionyls
thiopanic acid
thiopental
thiopental sodium
thiopentals
thiopentobarbital sodium
thiopeptide

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