Quinhydrone

Quin·hy'drone noun [ Quin one + hydro quinone.] (Chemistry) A green crystalline substance formed by the union of quinone with hydroquinone, or as an intermediate product in the oxidation of hydroquinone or the reduction of quinone. [ Written also chinhydrone .]
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quinhydrone

<chemistry> A green crystalline substance formed by the union of quinone with hydroquinone, or as an intermediate product in the oxidation of hydroquinone or the reduction of quinone. ... Alternative forms: chinhydrone. ... Origin: Quinone + hydroquinone. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Quinhydrone

• (n.) A green crystalline substance formed by the union of quinone with hydroquinone, or as an intermediate product in the oxidation of hydroquinone or the reduction of quinone.
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quinhydrone

Type: Term Pronunciation: kwin-hī′drōn Definitions: 1. A mixture of equimolecular quantities of quinone and hydroquinone; used in pH determinations (via a q. electrode).
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