trypaflavine-neutral

trypaflavine neutral

noun Chemistry.
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acriflavine

[ak-ruh-fley-vin, -veen]
noun Chemistry.
an orange-brown, granular solid, C 14 H 14 N 3 Cl: used chiefly in medicine as an antiseptic.
Also called neutral acriflavine, euflavine, trypaflavine neutral.


Origin:
1915–20; acri(dine) + -flavin

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acriflavine (ˌækrɪˈfleɪvɪn, -viːn)
 
n
a brownish or orange-red powder used in medicine as an antiseptic and disinfectant. Formula: C14H14N3Cl
 
[C20: from acridine + flavin]

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acriflavine ac·ri·fla·vine (āk'rə-flā'vēn', -vĭn)
n.
A brown or orange powder derived from acridine and used as a topical antiseptic.

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