sinalbin

[ si-nal-bin ]
/ sɪˈnæl bɪn /

noun Chemistry.

a white, crystalline, water-soluble glucoside, C30H42N2O15S2, found in the seeds of the white mustard.

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Origin of sinalbin

1870–75; <Latin sin(āpi) mustard (<Greek sínāpi) + alb(um) white (see alb) + -in2
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