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triiodomethane

[ trahy-ahy-oh-doh-meth-eyn, -ahy-od-oh- ]
/ ˌtraɪ aɪˌoʊ doʊˈmɛθ eɪn, -aɪˌɒd oʊ- /
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British Dictionary definitions for triiodomethane

triiodomethane
/ (ˌtraɪaɪˌəʊdəʊˈmiːθeɪn) /

noun

another name for iodoform
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