ethyl butyrate

noun Chemistry.
  1. a colorless, volatile, nontoxic liquid having the odor of pineapple, C6H12O2, used chiefly in flavoring extracts, and in the manufacture of perfumes and sprays.
Also called eth·yl bu·tan·o·ate [byoo-tan-oh-eyt, byoo-tan] /ˈbyu tæn oʊˌeɪt, byuˈtæn/.
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