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purpurin

[′pər·pyə·rən]
(organic chemistry)
C14H8O5 A compound crystallizing as long orange needles from dilute alcohol solutions; used in the manufacture of dyes, and as a reagent for the detection of boron. Also known as natural red.
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The description of the elements of this perfume goes beyond its elements to their etymological roots just as the couple moves "from the scent to the Afghan rug" where they "began to enter its arabesques of indigo / and purpurin flecked with yellow larkspur of the desert.
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