GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Chem.) a dyestuff produced artificially by the oxidation of commercial aniline, and the first discovered of the so-called
coal-tar, or aniline, dyes. It consists of the sulphate of mauveïne, and is a dark brown or bronze amorphous powder, which dissolves to a beatiful purple color. Called also aniline purple, violine, Perkin's mauve, etc.
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