azolitmin

A purplish red colouring matter obtained from natural litmus or synthesised by oxidizing orcinol in the presence of ammonia, lime, and potash; used as a broad indicator of pH (red at 4.5, blue at 8.3). ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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azolitmin

azolitmin The nitrogen-containing colored compound primarily responsible for the indicator properties of litmus.
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azolitmin

Type: Term Pronunciation: az′ō-lit′min Definitions: 1. A purplish-red coloring matter obtained from natural litmus or synthesized by oxidizing orcinol in the presence of ammonia, lime, and potash; used as a broad indicator of pH (red at 4.5, blue at 8.3).
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