beta-naphtholsulfonic acid

beta-naphtholsulfonic acid
be·ta-naph·thol·sul·fon·ic ac·id (ba″tə-naf″thol-sul-fonґik) white pearly scales tinged with red, OH·C10H6SO2·OH, used as a test for albumin in the urine; it is a toxic drug that causes profound narcotism and symptoms resembling diabetic coma and is not used as a medication.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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