any of a class of thermosetting resins made from allyl alcohol and a dibasic acid, used chiefly as adhesives for laminated materials.
any of several thermosetting synthetic resins made by polymerizing esters of allyl alcohol with a dibasic acid. They are used as adhesives
- Allyl sulfide
a colorless or pale yellow, water-insoluble liquid, C 6 H 10 S, having a garlicky odor, used chiefly in flavoring.
- Allude to
to refer casually or indirectly; make an (usually followed by to): He often alluded to his poverty. to contain a casual or indirect reference (usually followed by to): The letter alludes to something now forgotten. verb (intransitive) foll by to to refer indirectly, briefly, or implicitly (loosely) to mention v. 1530s, “mock,” from Middle French […]
- Allyl sulphide
noun a colourless liquid that smells like garlic and is used as a flavouring. Formula: (CH2:CHCH2)2S; relative density: 0.888; boiling pt: 139°C