Induline

Indulines are a series of dyestuffs of blue, bluish-red or black shades, formed by the interaction of para-amino azo compounds with primary monoamines in the presence of a small quantity of a mineral acid. They were first discovered in 1863 by J. Dale and Heinrich Caro, and since then have been examined by many chemists. They are derivatives of th...
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Induline

• (n.) Any one of a large series of aniline dyes, colored blue or violet, and represented by aniline violet. • (n.) A dark green amorphous dyestuff, produced by the oxidation of aniline in the presence of copper or vanadium salts; -- called also aniline black.
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Induline

In'du·line noun [ Perh. from ind igo.] (Chemistry) (a) Any one of a large series of aniline dyes, colored blue or violet, and represented by aniline violet. (b) A dark green amorphous dyestuff, produced by the oxidation of aniline in the presence of copper or vanadium salt...
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