isocyanine

isocyanine

[¦ī·sō′sī·ə‚nēn]
(organic chemistry)
Any one of a series of dyes whose structure has two heterocyclic or quinoline rings connected by an odd number chain of carbon atoms containing conjugated double bonds; for example, cyanine blue.
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It was the release of methyl isocyanine insecticide gas that caused the Bhopal, India, disaster a few decades ago, the effects of which are still being felt by the victims and by Union Carbide India Corp.
135 million of various products including olive oil, isocyanine, iso and poly urtan and isocyanate.