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car·ba·zole

(kar'bă-zōl),
Reacts with carbohydrates (including uronates and deoxypentoses) giving colors characteristic of the sugar type; used for assay and analysis of carbohydrates and formaldehyde, and as a dye intermediate; sensitive to ultraviolet light.
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Jeanes, A new modification of the carbazole analysis: Application to heteropolysaccharides, Anal.
Muir, "A modified uronic acid carbazole reaction," Analytical Biochemistry, vol.
Jeanes, "A new modification of the carbazole analysis: application to heteropolysaccharides," Analytical Biochemistry, vol.
Carbazole, Hydroquinone, DCB and certain coupling agents) triggered by higher environmental, health and safety costs and lack of availability, e.g.
Synthesis and photoluminescence properties of asymmetrical europium(III) complexes involving carbazole, phenanthroline and bathophenanthroline units.
The triphenyl and carbazole group induced aggregation of the polymer molecules and [pi]-[pi] stacking interaction between the molecules, resulting in a uniform surface morphology.
In recent years, berberine derivatives with various heterocyclic rings, such as thiophene, pyrrole, piperidine, and carbazole, were demonstrated as both acetylcholinesterase (AChE) and butyrylcholinesterase (BuChE) inhibitors [10-12].
The chemistry of heterocyclic compounds, indole and carbazole systems.
Types of pigments: Reds (azo, quinacridone), Specialty pigments (carbazole), Yellow and oranges (azo, benzimidazole) Product name: Pigment Orange 36, Aerolite Fast Orange 3600C Paint
koenigii to possess anti-inflammatory activity mainly owing to the presence of its carbazole alkaloids.
The hydrolysate treated with sulphuric acid and uronic acid level was estimated in the presence of carbazole reagent with glucuronic acid lactone as standard (Bitter and Muir 1962).