Cotarnine

• (n.) A white, crystalline substance, C12H13NO3, obtained as a product of the decomposition of narcotine. It has weak basic properties, and is usually regarded as an alkaloid.
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Cotarnine

Co·tar'nine noun [ French, from narcotine , by transposition of letters.] (Chemistry) A white, crystalline substance, C 12 H 13 NO 3 , obtained as a product of the decomposition of narcotine. It has weak basic properties, and is usually regarded as an alkalo...
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cotarnine

An alkaloidal principle, C12H15NO4, derived from narcotine by oxidation; an astringent. ... Origin: anagram of narcotine ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cotarnine

Type: Term Pronunciation: kō-tar′nēn Definitions: 1. An alkaloidal principle derived from narcotine by oxidation; an astringent.
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