naled

[ ney-led ]
/ ˈneɪ lɛd /

noun Chemistry.

a synthetic insecticide and miticide, C4H7Br2Cl2O4, having relatively low toxicity to mammals.

Nearby words

  1. nakhon sawan,
  2. nakuru,
  3. nalbuphine,
  4. nalbuphine hydrochloride,
  5. nalchik,
  6. nalgo,
  7. nalidixic acid,
  8. nalline,
  9. nalmefene,
  10. nalorphine

Origin of naled

First recorded in 1960–65; generic name of uncertain origin

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