rubeanic acid

ru·be·an·ic ac·id

(rū'bē-an'ik as'id),
Dithiooxamide, which forms complete dark greenish-black complexes with copper in alkaline ethanolic solution; used histochemically for demonstrating pathologic copper deposits, as in Wilson disease; also reacts with cobalt and nickel.
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