Fuchsine

Fuchsine (sometimes spelled fuchsin) or rosaniline hydrochloride is a magenta dye with chemical formula C20H19N3·HCl. There are other similar chemical formulations of products sold as fuchsine, and several dozen other synonyms of this molecule. It becomes magenta when dissolved in water; as a solid, it forms dark green crystals. As well as dying ...
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Fuchsine

• (n.) Aniline red; an artificial coal-tar dyestuff, of a metallic green color superficially, resembling cantharides, but when dissolved forming a brilliant dark red. It consists of a hydrochloride or acetate of rosaniline. See Rosaniline.
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fuchsine

<chemistry> Aniline red; an artificial coal-tar dyestuff, of a metallic green colour superficially, resembling cantharides, but when dissolved forming a brilliant dark red. It consists of a hydrochloride or acetate of rosaniline. See Rosaniline. ... Origin: Named by the French inventor, from Fuchs a fox, the German equivalent of his own name,...
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Fuchsine

Fuch'sine noun [ Named by the French inventor, from Fuchs a fox, the German equivalent of his own name, Renard .] (Chemistry) Aniline red; an artificial coal-tar dyestuff, of a metallic green color superficially, resembling cantharides, but when dissolved forming a brilliant dark red...
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