acridine yellow n.
A faintly yellow solution with strong bluish-violet fluorescence used as a topical antiseptic and as a fluorescent stain in histology.
sharp or biting to the taste or smell; bitterly pungent; irritating to the eyes, nose, etc.: acrid smoke from burning rubber. extremely or sharply stinging or bitter; exceedingly caustic: acrid remarks. Historical Examples Notwithstanding its acridity, a wholesome starch is prepared from the stem. Catalogue of Economic Plants in the Collection of the U. S. […]
an orange-brown, granular solid, C 14 H 14 N 3 Cl: used chiefly in medicine as an antiseptic. noun a brownish or orange-red powder used in medicine as an antiseptic and disinfectant. Formula: C14H14N3Cl acriflavine ac·ri·fla·vine (āk’rə-flā’vēn’, -vĭn) n. A brown or orange powder derived from acridine and used as a topical antiseptic.
- Acriflavine hydrochloride
the reddish-brown, crystalline, water-soluble hydrochloride of acriflavine, used similarly. noun a red crystalline water-soluble solid substance obtained from acriflavine and used as an antiseptic Also called flavine
a brand name for an acrylic fiber used in textiles, characterized chiefly by softness, strength, and wrinkle-resistant properties. noun trademark an acrylic fibre or fabric, characterized by strength, softness, and crease-resistance and used for clothing, upholstery, carpets, etc