Galleïn

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Galleïn (Chem) A red crystalline dyestuff, obtained by heating together pyrogallic and phthalic acids.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n gallein A coal-tar color used in dyeing, prepared by heating together phthalic anhydrid and pyrogallic acid, adding carbonate of soda, and precipitating with an acid. It produces tolerably fast shades of purple and violet on cotton, wool, and silk.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Pyrogall,ol + phthaleïn,

Usage

In literature:

Takes more gall'n I got!
"The Song of the Cardinal" by Gene Stratton-Porter
You, at least, have n't that gall and wormwood added to your cup.
"The Cardinal's Snuff-Box" by Henry Harland
E. 2100 (p. 127) Ditto to Point de Galle N. 49 deg.
"A General Plan for a Mail Communication by Steam, Between Great Britain and the Eastern and Western Parts of the World" by James MacQueen
Stand by to clew up and furl the main to'gall'n-s'l!
"The Atlantic Monthly , Volume 2, No. 14, December 1858" by Various
N. The gall bladder with its duct joining the hepatic duct to form the common bile duct.
"Surgical Anatomy" by Joseph Maclise
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In science:

The next proposition tells us that the resulting “Borel cardinality” of GalL (T ) does not depend on the choice of M , N or the enumeration of N .
Borel equivalence relations and Lascar strong types
The above proposition allows us to define the Borel cardinality of GalL (T ) as the Borel cardinality of the relation EM , ¯n (on the space S ¯n (M )).
Borel equivalence relations and Lascar strong types
In , it is observed (Proposition 3.3 there) that F induces an isomorphism between GalL (T h(N )) and (G∗/(G∗)000 ) ⋊ GalL (T h(M )), as well as between GalK P (T h(N )) and (G∗/(G∗∗)00 ) ⋊ GalK P (T h(M )).
Borel equivalence relations and Lascar strong types
GalL (T h(M )) is trivial), then the Borel cardinality of EG is equal to that of Gal0 (T h(N )).
Borel equivalence relations and Lascar strong types
First, E0 [Bn ] is of order n log(n), and a n (Bn − E0 [Bn ]) converges in law to a non-gaussian random result of Le Gall states that 1 variable.
Large Deviations Principle for Self-Intersection Local Times for random walk in dimension d>4
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