Salicin definitions

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A bitter glucoside, C13 H18 O7 , obtained mainly from the bark of poplar and willow trees and formerly used as an analgesic.
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A bitter, white, crystalline or powdery glucoside, HOCH2C6H4OC6H11O5, obtained from the bark of certain poplars and willows, and used as a reagent.
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A bitter glucoside, C13 H18 O7 , obtained mainly from the bark of poplar and willow trees and formerly used as an analgesic.
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A glucoside derivative of salicylic acid; the active principle of willow bark, once used medicinally.
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Origin of salicin

French salicine from Latin salix salic- willow