phenylhydrazine

[fen-l-hahy-druh-zeen, -zin, feen-]
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noun Chemistry.

a yellow, poisonous liquid or low-melting solid, C6H8N2, used in chemical analysis and organic synthesis.

Origin of phenylhydrazine

1895–1900; < German Phenylhydrazin; see phenyl, hydrazine
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