hemin

Hemin vs Enclose - What's the difference?

hemin | enclose |


As a noun hemin

is a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride.

As a verb enclose is

to surround with a wall, fence, etc.

Hemin vs Heme - What's the difference?

hemin | heme |


As nouns the difference between hemin and heme

is that hemin is a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride while heme is heme / haem.

Hemic vs Hemin - What's the difference?

hemic | hemin |


As an adjective hemic

is of or relating to blood.

As a noun hemin is

a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride.

Haemin vs Hemin - What's the difference?

haemin | hemin |


As nouns the difference between haemin and hemin

is that haemin is while hemin is a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride.

Heman vs Hemin - What's the difference?

heman | hemin |


As nouns the difference between heman and hemin

is that heman is while hemin is a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride.

Hemin vs Humin - What's the difference?

hemin | humin |


As nouns the difference between hemin and humin

is that hemin is a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride while humin is the part of the organic matter in soil that does not dissolve in dilute alkali.

Hemin vs Hemina - What's the difference?

hemin | hemina |


As nouns the difference between hemin and hemina

is that hemin is a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride while hemina is (historical|roman antiquity) a measure of half a sextary.

Hemin vs Besiege - What's the difference?

hemin | besiege |


As a noun hemin

is a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride.

As a verb besiege is

(label) to beset or surround with armed forces for the purpose of compelling to surrender, to lay siege to, beleaguer.

Protohemin vs Hemin - What's the difference?

protohemin | hemin | Synonyms |

Protohemin is a synonym of hemin.


As nouns the difference between protohemin and hemin

is that protohemin is hemin while hemin is a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride.

Blood vs Hemin - What's the difference?

blood | hemin |


As nouns the difference between blood and hemin

is that blood is a vital liquid flowing in the bodies of many types of animals that usually conveys nutrients and oxygen in vertebrates, it is colored red by hemoglobin, is conveyed by arteries and veins, is pumped by the heart and is usually generated in bone marrow while hemin is a reddish brown substance produced in a laboratory test for the presence of blood by reaction with glacial acetic acid and sodium chloride.

As a verb blood

is to cause something to be covered with blood; to bloody.

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