Associations to the word «Ethyl»
ETHYL, noun. (organic chemistry) The univalent hydrocarbon radical, C2H5, formally derived from ethane by the loss of a hydrogen atom.
ETHYL ACETATE, noun. (organic compound) The ethyl ester of acetic acid; CH3COOCH2CH3
ETHYL ALCOHOL, noun. (organic compound) An older name for ethanol, a type of alcohol.
ETHYL BISCOUMACETATE, noun. A vitamin K antagonist.
ETHYL BROMIDE, noun. (organic compound) bromoethane
ETHYL CARBAMATE, noun. (organic compound) A white crystalline substance (NH2-COOC2H5), structurally it is an ester of carbamic acid.
ETHYL CARFLUZEPATE, noun. A benzodiazepine drug.
ETHYL CHLORIDE, noun. (organic compound) chloroethane
ETHYL DIRAZEPATE, noun. A benzodiazepine drug.
ETHYL ETHER, noun. (organic compound) An alternative name for diethyl ether.
ETHYL IODIDE, noun. (organic compound) iodoethane
ETHYL LOFLAZEPATE, noun. A benzodiazepine drug with anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, sedative and skeletal muscle relaxant properties.
ETHYL MERCAPTAN, noun. (organic compound) a thiol formally derived from ethyl alcohol by replacing the oxygen atom with sulfur
ETHYL MERCURY, noun. Alternative spelling of ethylmercury
ETHYL OXIDE, noun. (organic compound) An alternative name for diethyl ether.
ETHYL, noun. The univalent hydrocarbon radical C2H5 derived from ethane by the removal of one hydrogen atom.
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