Phenolsulfonphthalein



phenolsulfonphthalein phe·nol·sul·fon·phthal·ein (fē’nōl-sŭl’fōn-thāl’ēn’, -thāl’ē-ĭn, -thā’lēn’, -thā’lē-ĭn, -sŭl’fŏn-)
n.
Abbr. PSP
See phenol red.

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