Origin of rhigolene
Examples from the Web for rhigolene
Then, as the temperature rises to 18 C., rhigolene is given off: that is collected and condensed in another vessel.Marvels of Scientific Invention|Thomas W. Corbin
Rhigolene is now used in medicine in the form of spray to produce local anæsthesia.
The lighter and more volatile portions are known under the name of cymogene, rhigolene, gasolene, and naphtha.