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A violet-red, crystalline, heteroaromatic compound, C₁₂H₉NO, whose tricyclic molecule contains two benzene rings joined by an oxygen atom and an imino group, and which is used in the preparation of oxazine dyes; any of a class of compounds whose molecules contain this structure.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in Thomas E. Thorpe (1845–1925), chemist. From pheno- + oxazine, after German Phenoxazin.
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