[kwin-l-een, -in] /ˈkwɪn lˌin, -ɪn/
a colorless, liquid, water-immiscible, nitrogenous base, C 9 H 7 N, having a disagreeable odor, occurring in coal tar, and usually prepared by oxidizing a mixture of glycerol and aniline: used as a solvent and reagent and to make dyes.
an oily colourless insoluble basic heterocyclic compound synthesized by heating aniline, nitrobenzene, glycerol, and sulphuric acid: used as a food preservative and in the manufacture of dyes and antiseptics. Formula: C9H7N
any substituted derivative of quinoline
quinoline quin·o·line (kwĭn’ə-lēn’, -lĭn)
An aromatic organic base synthesized or obtained from coal tar and used as a food preservative and in making antiseptics.
An aromatic organic liquid having a pungent, tarlike odor. Quinoline is a base and is obtained from coal tar or is synthesized. It is used as a food preservative and in making antiseptics and dyes. Chemical formula: C9H7N.
/ˈkwɪnəˌləʊn/ noun 1. any of a group of synthetic antibiotics, including ciprofloxacin, that inactivate an enzyme required for the replication of certain microorganisms quinolone (kwĭn’ə-lōn’) Any of a class of synthetic antibiotics that inhibit the replication of bacterial DNA.
[kwi-nohn, kwin-ohn] /kwɪˈnoʊn, ˈkwɪn oʊn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a yellow, crystalline, cyclic unsaturated diketone, C 6 H 4 O 2 , formed by oxidizing aniline or : used chiefly in photography and in tanning leather. 2. any of a class of compounds of this type. /kwɪˈnəʊn; ˈkwɪnəʊn/ noun 1. another name for benzoquinone quinone qui·none […]
[dahy-uh-meen] /ˈdaɪ əˌmin/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a colorless, crystalline solid, C 6 H 6 N 2 , the parent of the indamine dyes.
[kwi-non-uh-meen, -min, -noh-nuh-] /kwɪˈnɒn əˌmin, -mɪn, -ˈnoʊ nə-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a colorless, crystalline compound, C 6 H 5 NO, the parent of the indophenol dyes, derived from quinone.