[ ar-il ]
/ ˈær ɪl /
containing an aryl group.
- aryepiglottic fold,
- aryepiglottic muscle,
- aryl group,
- arytenoid cartilage
Origin of aryl
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Chloratzit: potassium chlorate or perchlorate, aryl nitro-bodies, resins, and carbohydrates.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
/ (ˈærɪl) /
(modifier) chem of, consisting of, or containing an aromatic grouparyl group or radical
an organometallic compound in which a metal atom is bound to an aryl group
Word Origin for aryl
C20: from ar (omatic) + -yl
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[ ăr′əl ]
An organic radical derived from an aromatic compound by the removal of one hydrogen atom.
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