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orcin

[′ȯr·sən]
(organic chemistry)
CH3C6H3(OH)2·H2O White crystals with strong, sweet, unpleasant taste; soluble in water, alcohol, and ether; extracted from lichens; used in medicine and as an analytical reagent.
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With: Selen Ucer, Serdar Orcin, Yusuf Berkan Demirbag, Erkan Avci, Serhat Nalbantoglu, Idil Yener, Erdal Cindornk, Cengiz Bozkurt, Zeynep Yalcin, Guray Gorkem, Kursat Alniacik.
Similar results are seen in the other studies conducted in Turkey (Aras, Orcin, Ozan, & ,Semin, 2004; Koten, 1996; Ozkan, 1994; Ozturk, 1995).