diethylaminoethanol

[ dahy-eth-uh l-uh-mee-noh-eth-uh-nawl, -nol, -am-uh-noh- ]
/ daɪˌɛθ əl əˌmi noʊˈɛθ əˌnɔl, -ˌnɒl, -ˌæm ə noʊ- /

noun Chemistry.

a colorless, hygroscopic, water-soluble liquid, C6H15NO, used for the synthesis of local anesthetics, in antirust compounds, and in photographic emulsions.

Nearby words

  1. dietetic,
  2. dietetics,
  3. diethyl ether,
  4. diethyl oxide,
  5. diethylacetal,
  6. diethylcarbamazine citrate,
  7. diethylene glycol,
  8. diethylenetriamine pentaacetic acid,
  9. diethylpropion,
  10. diethylstilbestrol

Also di·eth·yl·eth·a·nol·a·mine [dahy-eth-uh l-eth-uh-naw-luh-meen, -nol-uh-] /daɪˌɛθ əlˌɛθ əˈnɔ ləˌmin, -ˈnɒl ə-/.

Origin of diethylaminoethanol


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