carbachol

[ kahr-buh-kawl, -kol ]
/ ˈkɑr bəˌkɔl, -ˌkɒl /

noun

a white or slightly yellow crystalline compound, C6H15ClN2O2, soluble in water and alcohol: used in ophthalmology.

Nearby words

  1. caravanserai,
  2. caravel,
  3. caraway,
  4. carb,
  5. carb-,
  6. carbamate,
  7. carbamazepine,
  8. carbamic,
  9. carbamic acid,
  10. carbamide

Origin of carbachol


Also called carbamylchloride choline, carbocholine, choline chloride carbamate.

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