[hee-muh-tee-in, hem-uh-, hee-muh-teen, hem-uh-]
a reddish-brown, crystalline, slightly water-soluble solid, C16H12O6, obtained from logwood: used chiefly as a stain in microscopy.
Origin of hematein
variant of hematin
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As a result of this process, a great part of the hematoxylin is converted to the hematein.Principles and Practice of Fur Dressing and Fur Dyeing
William E. Austin
A reddish-brown crystalline compound used as an indicator and a biological stain.
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