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amphichromatic

Pronunciation: am′fi-krō-mat′ik

Definition: Having the property of exhibiting either of two colors; litmus, an amphichromatic pigment that is red in acids and blue in alkalis.

Synonym(s): amphichroic

[amphi- + G. chrōma, color]

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