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azole

[ az-ohl, uh-zohl ]
/ ˈæz oʊl, əˈzoʊl /
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noun Chemistry.
any of a group of five-membered heterocyclic compounds containing one or more nitrogen atoms in the ring, the number of nitrogen atoms present being indicated by a prefix, as in diazole.
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Origin of azole

First recorded in 1895–1900; az- + -ole2
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British Dictionary definitions for azole

azole
/ (ˈeɪzəʊl, əˈzəʊl) /

noun
an organic five-membered ring compound containing one or more atoms in the ring, the number usually being specified by a prefixdiazole; triazole
a less common name for pyrrole

Word Origin for azole

from azo- + -ole 1, on the model of diazole
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Medical definitions for azole

azole
[ ăzōl′, āzōl′ ]

n.
A class of organic compounds having a five-membered heterocyclic ring with two double bonds; pyrrole.
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Scientific definitions for azole

azole
[ ăzōl′, āzōl′ ]

Any of various compounds having a ring structure made of five atoms, one of which is always nitrogen and another of which is either a second nitrogen or an atom of oxygen or sulfur.
See pyrrole.
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