a clear colourless syrupy soluble liquid substance, used as an antifreeze and solvent. Formula: CH2OHCH2OH Also called glycol, ethylene glycol
ethanethiol (ěth’ə-něth’ē-ôl’, -ōl’) See ethyl mercaptan.
[frohm] /froʊm/ noun 1. a novel (1911) by Edith Wharton.
[eth-uh-nim; Sephardic Hebrew e-tah-neem] /ˈɛθ ə nɪm; Sephardic Hebrew ɛ tɑˈnim/ noun, Chiefly Biblical. 1. a month equivalent to Tishri in the modern Jewish calendar. I Kings 8:2. the month of gifts, i.e., of vintage offerings; called Tisri after the Exile; corresponding to part of September and October. It was the first month of the […]
- Ethanoic acid
/ˌɛθəˈnəʊɪk; ˌiːθə-/ noun 1. the modern name for acetic acid ethanoic acid eth·a·no·ic acid (ěth’ə-nō’ĭk) n. See acetic acid.