Cyanin

Cy'a┬Ěnin noun [ See Cyanic .] (Chemistry) The blue coloring matter of flowers; -- called also anthokyan and anthocyanin .
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Cyanin

• (n.) The blue coloring matter of flowers; -- called also anthokyan and anthocyanin.
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Cyanin

Cyanin (also known as anthokyan and anthocyanin) is the blue colouring matter of certain flowers, such as the violet and corn-flower. The name is also given to a pigment obtained from those petals of flowers which are blue by digesting them in spirits of wine.
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