2016年9月16日 星期五

arc, vanilla, coumarin, warfarin

World production of natural vanilla is tiny and has been falling in recent years.
After vowing to go natural, food brands face a shortage of the favored flavor  
SCIENTIFICAMERICAN.COM|由 MELODY M. BOMGARDNER,CHEMICAL & ENGINEERING NEWS 上傳
The Arc of a Coup Attempt, Captured on Camera





arc

(In a novel, play, or film) the development or resolution of the narrative or principaltheme:his transformation provides the emotional arc of the story



warfarin 

Pronunciation: /ˈwɔːfərɪn/ 



NOUN

[MASS NOUN]
water-soluble compound with anticoagulant properties, used as a rat poison and in the treatment of thrombosis.


Origin

1950s: from the initial letters of Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation + -arin on the pattern of coumarin.

warfarin

音節

war • fa • rin 発音

wɔ'ːrfərin

[名詞]
1 〔化学〕 ワルファリン C19H16O4:無色,非水溶性,抗凝血性の結晶;主に殺鼠さっそ剤として用いる.
2 〔薬学〕 ワルファリン C19H16O4:1の製剤;抗凝血薬;血栓症の治療・予防に用いる. [語源]

c1950.W(isconsin) A(lumni) R(esearch) F(oundation)特許権の所有者+(COUM)ARIN
香草航空(Vanilla Air) 
Vanilla is a flavoring derived from orchids of the genus Vanilla, primarily from the Mexican species, flat-leaved vanilla. The word vanilla, derived from the diminutive of the Spanish word vaina, is translated simply as "little pod". Wikipedia


coumarin 

Pronunciation: /ˈkuːmərɪn/ 

NOUN

[MASS NOUN] Chemistry
1vanilla-scented compound found in many plants, formerly used for flavouring food.
1.1[COUNT NOUN] Any derivative of coumarin.



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