Orcin

Or'cin noun [ Etymology uncertain: confer French orcine .] (Chemistry) A colorless crystalline substance, C 6 H 3 .CH 3 .(OH) 2 , which is obtained from certain lichens ( Roccella , Lecanora , etc.), also from extract of aloes, and a...
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orcin

<chemistry> A colourless crystalline substance, C6H3.CH3.(OH)2, which is obtained from certain lichens (Roccella, Lecanora, etc), also from extract of aloes, and artificially from certain derivatives of toluene. It changes readily into orcein. ... Origin: Etymology uncertain: cf. F. Orcine. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) .....
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Orcin

• (n.) A colorless crystalline substance, C6H3.CH3.(OH)2, which is obtained from certain lichens (Roccella, Lecanora, etc.), also from extract of aloes, and artificially from certain derivatives of toluene. It changes readily into orcein.
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orcin

Type: Term Pronunciation: ōr′sin Synonyms: orcinol
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