Pyrrol

Pyr'rol noun [ Greek ... flame-colored (from ... fire) + Latin ol eum oil.] (Chemistry) A nitrogenous base found in coal tar, bone oil, and other distillates of organic substances, and also produced synthetically as a colorless liquid, C 4 H 5 N, having on odor like tha...
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pyrrol

<chemistry> A nitrogenous base found in coal tar, bone oil, and other distillates of organic substances, and also produced synthetically as a colourless liquid, C4H5N, having on odour like that of chloroform. It is the nucleus and origin of a large number of derivatives. So called because it colours a splinter of wood moistened with hydrochlo...
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Pyrrol

• (n.) A nitrogenous base found in coal tar, bone oil, and other distillates of organic substances, and also produced synthetically as a colorless liquid, C4H5N, having on odor like that of chloroform. It is the nucleus and origin of a large number of derivatives. So called because it colors a splinter of wood moistened with hydrochloric acid ...
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