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Definition of Bismarck brown

Bismarck brown
Vesuvine Ve*su"vine, n. A trade name for a brown dyestuff obtained from certain basic azo compounds of benzene; -- called also Bismarck brown, Manchester brown, etc.

Meaning of Bismarck brown from wikipedia

- Bismarck brown may refer to: Bismarck brown R, basic brown 4 Bismarck brown Y, basic brown 1...
- Bismarck brown Y also called C.I. 21000 and C.I. Basic Brown 1, is a diazo dye with the idealized formula [(H2N)2C6H3N2]2C6H4. The dye is a mixture of...
- Azogeranin B Acid red 1 18050 Bismarck brown R Vesuvine brown Basic brown 4 21010 Bismarck brown Y Vesuvine Phenylene brown Basic brown 1 21000 Brilliant cresyl...
- The last battle of the German battleship Bismarck took place in the Atlantic Ocean approximately 300 nmi (350 mi; 560 km) west of Brest, France, on 26–27...
- The Bismarck Archipelago is a group of islands off the northeastern coast of New Guinea in the western Pacific Ocean and is part of the Islands Region...
- of tissue (fluorescence backlighted staining). Bismarck brown (also Bismarck brown Y or Manchester brown) imparts a yellow colour to acid mucins. Carmine...
- Sink the Bismarck! is a 1960 black-and-white CinemaScope British war film based on the book The Last Nine Days of the Bismarck by C. S. Forester. It stars...
- The Bismarck cl**** was a pair of fast battleships built for **** Germany's Kriegsmarine shortly before the outbreak of World War II. The ships were the...
- The Last Nine Days of the Bismarck (Little Brown, 1959), also published as Hunting the Bismark (Michael Joseph, 1959), was written by C.S. Forester (1899-1966)...
- genus is named for the first chancellor of the German Empire Otto von Bismarck and the epithet for its only species, Bismarckia nobilis, comes from Latin...
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