from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In organic chemistry, noting a class of compounds which contain in their molecule the univalent nitro-radical -NO2 and the univalent sulphonic-acid radical -SO3H.
- In organic chemistry, the general name given to sulphonic acids containing one or more nitre-groups, NO2, in their molecules.
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