Fluorescin

Flu`o·res'cin noun (Chemistry) A colorless, amorphous substance which is produced by the reduction of fluoresceïn, and from which the latter may be formed by oxidation.
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fluorescin

<chemistry> A colourless, amorphous substance which is produced by the reduction of fluorescein, and from which the latter may be formed by oxidation. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Fluorescin

• (n.) A colorless, amorphous substance which is produced by the reduction of fluorescein, and from which the latter may be formed by oxidation.
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fluorescin

Type: Term Pronunciation: flōr′-es-in Definitions: 1. Reduced fluorescein, with uses similar to fluorescein.
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