- a salt of cacodylic acid.
Origin of cacodylate
Examples from the Web for cacodylate
Historical Examples of cacodylate
The claim of comparative non-toxicity is probable enough from what is known about the cacodylate.
In tuberculosis and anemia, there is no sufficient advantage in giving the cacodylate intravenously.
Neither has the Council stated that cacodylate is peculiarly dangerous.