amphichromatic(redirected from Amphichromatism)
Having the property of exhibiting either of two colors; for example, litmus, an amphichromatic pigment that is red in acids and blue in alkalis.
[amphi- + G. chrōma, color]
amphichroic, amphichromatic (am″fĭ-krō′ik) (-krō-mat′ik) [ amphi- + chromatic]
1. Capable of exhibiting two colors.
2. Reacting as both an acid and an alkali.
3. Turning red litmus paper blue, and blue litmus paper red.