betulin


betulin
бетулин

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  • Betulin — Bet u*lin, n. [L. betula birch tree.] (Chem.) a term originally applied to a substance obtained as a resin or tar by extraction from the outer bark of the common European white birch ({Betula alba}); now referring to the chemical compound… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Betŭlin — Betŭlin, von Lowitz 1788 in der Oberrinde der Birke als eigene Substanz ausgeschieden, von John 1811 als eigener Pflanzenstoff aufgestellt. Man erhält ihn durch Ausschwitzen aus, bis zum Dämpfen erhitzter Birkenrinde, als ein Gespinnst von weißer …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Betulin — Strukturformel Allgemeines Name Betulin Andere Namen Betulinol …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Betulin — Chembox new Name = Betulin ImageFile = Betulin.svg ImageName = Betulin IUPACName = 3a Hydroxymethyl 1 isopropenyl 5a,5b,8,8,11a pentamethyl icosahydro cyclopenta [a] chrysen 9 ol OtherNames = lup 20(29) ene 3β,28 diol Section1 = Chembox… …   Wikipedia

  • betulin — ˈbechələ̇n noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary betul (from New Latin Betula, genus name of Betula alba) + in : betulinol * * * betulin ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • betulin — noun A naturally abundant triterpene, commonly isolated from the bark of birch trees, that can be converted to betulinic acid …   Wiktionary

  • betulin — bet·u·lin …   English syllables

  • betulin(ol) —   n. resinous extract of birch bark; birch camphor …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • Betula alba — Betulin Bet u*lin, n. [L. betula birch tree.] (Chem.) a term originally applied to a substance obtained as a resin or tar by extraction from the outer bark of the common European white birch ({Betula alba}); now referring to the chemical compound …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • birch camphor — Betulin Bet u*lin, n. [L. betula birch tree.] (Chem.) a term originally applied to a substance obtained as a resin or tar by extraction from the outer bark of the common European white birch ({Betula alba}); now referring to the chemical compound …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • C30H50O2 — Betulin Bet u*lin, n. [L. betula birch tree.] (Chem.) a term originally applied to a substance obtained as a resin or tar by extraction from the outer bark of the common European white birch ({Betula alba}); now referring to the chemical compound …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English