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indigo blue

[′in·də·gō ′blü]
(organic chemistry)
C16H10O2N2 A component of the dye indigo, crystallizing as dark-blue rhomboids that break down at 30°C, that are soluble in hot aniline and hot chloroform, and that are also made synthetically; used as a reagent and a dye. Also known as indigo.
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