pyrogallol


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a toxic white lustrous crystalline phenol used to treat certain skin diseases and as a photographic developer

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Since no standard was available for methyl pyrogallol and ethyl syringol, it was possible that those two compounds were also present.
All three hydroxyl groups in the pyrogallol molecule act as hydrogen bond donors with three N atoms each from different HMTA molecules acting as acceptors.
Sun CQ, Gao Q and Liu LL: Adsorptive stripping measurements of germanium(IV) in the presence of pyrogallol.
1930) 69 Ellagic acid Plant Resources of the USSR (1987) 70 Hydroquinone Zenk(1964) 71 p-galloyloxyphenyl Britton and Haslam (1965) ([beta]-D-glucoside 72 Pyrogallol Phenolic acids Chernetsova et al.
Urinary protein as measured with a pyrogallol red-molybdate complex, manually and in a Hitachi 726 automated analyzer.
The catechol, resorcinol, pyrogallol and phloroglucinol were of laboratory grade.
11) that extractives such as polyflavonoid tannins, catechol, and pyrogallol in wood form complexes with metal ions resulting in enhanced leaching of these components and their poor performance in service, notably with respect to soft-rot fungi.
Pyrogallol transformations as catalyzed by oxides of Mn, Fe, Al and Si.
Polyphenol oxidase and peroxidase activities were determined using pyrogallol (PG) as the substrate (Kar and Mishra 1976; Allison and Jastrow 2006).
Results are not included in Table 1, because total protein content of small peptides could not be standardized using the pyrogallol red assay.
The substrates tested included the monophenols L-tyrosine, tyrosine methyl ester, and tyramine; the diphenols 4-methylcatechol, dopamine, 3,3'-diaminobenzidene (DAB), L-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine (L-DOPA) and hydroquinone; and the triphenol pyrogallol.
Commercial high purity nitrogen was repurified by passing through successive columns containing pyrogallol solution, dry sulfuric acid, phosphorous pentoxide, silica gel, calcium chloride, and freshly baked molecular sieves (4A and 5A).
Total SOD activity was determined by the inhibition of pyrogallol autoxidation by SOD (with and without sample) at 25[degrees]C and was followed kinetically at 420 nm as described by Marklund and Marklund (1974).