triphenylmethane

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triphenylmethane

 [tri-fen″il-meth´ān]
a substance from coal tar, the basis of various dyes and stains, including rosaniline, basic fuchsin, and gentian violet.

triphenylmethane

/tri·phen·yl·meth·ane/ (-fen″il-meth´ān) a substance from coal tar, the basis of various dyes and stains, including rosaniline, basic fuchsin, and gentian violet.

triphenylmethane

(trī-fĕn″ĭl-mĕth′ān)
A coal tar–derived chemical that is the basis of some dyes and stains.

triphenylmethane

a substance from coal tar, the basis of various dyes and stains, including aurin, rosaniline, basic fuchsine and gentian violet.
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