from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The reddish-brown crystalline chloride of heme, C34H32N4O4FeCl, produced when hemoglobin reacts with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride in a laboratory test for the presence of blood.
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- n. a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A substance, in the form of reddish brown, microscopic, prismatic crystals, formed from dried blood by the action of strong acetic acid and common salt; -- called also Teichmann's crystals. Chemically, it is a hydrochloride of hematin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A crystalline substance which may be obtained from hematin on treating it with salt and glacial acetic acid. Its formula is C34H33N4O4FeCl. The crystals are quite characteristic in appearance, and their formation has for many years represented one of the most important tests for blood-coloring matter. See Teichmann's crystals.
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- v. surround so as to force to give up
- v. surround in a restrictive manner
- n. a reddish-brown chloride of heme; produced from hemoglobin in laboratory tests for the presence of blood
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Munich had already done significant work on the structure of hemin, the organic pigment in hemoglobin, when he synthesized it from simpler organic molecules in 1928.
Willstätter showed a structural relatedness between chlorophyll and hemin, and he demonstrated that chlorophyll contains magnesium as an integral component.
 Panta de lego ta ouk eph 'hemin, ta gar eph' hemin, ou hemin pronoias, alla tou hemeterou autexousiou.
En pneumati hagio nooumenai kai anoigomenai hai graphai deiknuousin hemin ton Christon, eikotos zuroros to pneuma to hagion.
* Panta de lego ta ouk eph 'hemin, ta gar eph' hemin, ou hemin pronoias, alla tou hemeterou autexousiou.
* En pneumati hagio nooumenai kai anoigomenai hai graphai deiknuousin hemin ton Christon, eikotos zuroros to pneuma to hagion:  1
Ei gar kata panta legetai hemin homoousios, agnooumen de kai hemeis, delon hoti kai autos egnoei.
Ex. 14: 5 Ti touto epoiesamen tou exaposteilai tous huious Israel tou me douleuein hemin (= hoste me douleuein);
Cp. 1 Clem. 21: 9 hou he pnoe autou en hemin estin.
Gegone gar polumathes, kathos kai Puthagoras polla ton par 'hemin metenenkas eis ten heautou dogmatopoiian katechorisen.