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rhodamine B

[′rōd·ə‚mēn ′bē]
(organic chemistry)
C28H31ClN2O3 Red, green, or reddish-violet powder, soluble in alcohol and water; forms bluish red, fluorescent solution in water; used as red dye for paper, wool, and silk, and as an analytical reagent and biological stain.
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2+]), and an organic compound, tetramethyl rhodamine (TMR).
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