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|Molar mass||528.89 g/mol (chloride)
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The first crystalline form of this pigment was prepared by Rose Scott-Moncrieff in about 1930. This was the first crystalline anthrocyanine pigment ever identified. This was possible because of her insight into linking genetics with chemistry.
- Primulin Yellow on chemicalregister.com
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- Rose Scott-Moncrieff and the dawn of (Bio) Chemical Genetics, Cathie Martin, April 2016, Biochemical classics, Biochemist.org, Retrieved 5 July 2016
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