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.
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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