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triazole

[ trahy-uh-zohl, trahy-az-ohl ]

noun

, Chemistry.
  1. any of a group of four compounds containing three nitrogen and two carbon atoms arranged in a five-membered ring and having the formula C 2 H 3 N 3 .
  2. any of a number of their derivatives.


triazole

/ -zəʊl; ˌtraɪəˈzɒlɪk; traɪˈæzɒl; ˈtraɪəˌzɒl; -ˌzəʊl /

noun

  1. any of four heterocyclic compounds having a five-membered ring with the formula C 2 H 3 N 3
  2. any substituted derivative of any of these compounds


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Derived Forms

  • triazolic, adjective

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Other Words From

  • tri·a·zol·ic [trahy-, uh, -, zol, -ik], adjective

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Word History and Origins

Origin of triazole1

First recorded in 1885–90; tri- + azole

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Word History and Origins

Origin of triazole1

C19: from tri- + azole

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