brazilin


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brazilin

(ˈbræzɪlɪn) or

brasilin

n
(Elements & Compounds) a pale yellow soluble crystalline solid, turning red in alkaline solution, extracted from brazil wood and sappanwood and used in dyeing and as an indicator. Formula: C16H14O5
[C19: from French brésiline, from brésil brazil wood]
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