Victoria blue


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Victoria blue

[vik′tȯr·ē·ə ′blü]
(organic chemistry)
C33H31N3·HCl Bronze crystals, soluble in hot water, alcohol, and ether; used as a dye for silk, wool, and cotton, as a biological stain, and to make pigment toners.
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Table 1: Checklist of Components Identified in Pens A-J PEN CV VBB VBBO VBR Guan CuPh A Y Y Y(1) Y B Y Y Y(2) Y C Y Y(1) Y D Y Y E Y Y F Y Y(5) Y G Y Y(2) Y H Y I Y Y J Y CV = Crystal Violet; VBB = Victoria Blue B; VBBO = Victoria Pure Blue BO; VBR = Victoria Blue R; Guan = Ditolylguanidine and related diarylguanidine structures (number of peaks detected in parenthesis); CuPh = sulfonated Copper Phthalocyanine pigment
Glenavon's three main Supporters Clubs - William Walker, Triangle and Victoria Blues as well the club stewards have thrown their weight behind the event which kicks off at 7.30pm.
The boss of Irish Cup winners Portadown has had a jersey signed by his trophy heroes to be auctioned to raise money which will help rebuild the destroyed HQ of Glenavon's Victoria Blues Supporters Club.

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