Also he·ma·tine [hee-muh-teen, -tin, hem-uh-] /ˈhi məˌtin, -tɪn, ˈhɛm ə-/.
Origin of hematin
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The properties of hematine explain the mode of using logwood.
Sulphurous acid destroys the colour of solution of hematine.
Hematine precipitates glue from its solution in reddish flocks.
- A blue to blackish-brown compound formed in the oxidation of hemoglobin and containing ferric iron.ferriheme oxyheme oxyhemochromogen
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