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in•da•mine



Pronunciation: (in'du-mēn", -min), [key]
n. Chem.
any of a series of basic organic compounds, the simplest having the formula C12H11N3, which form bluish and greenish salts, used in the manufacture of dyes. Cf. quinonimine.

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