[eth-uh l] /ˈɛθ əl/
Chemistry. containing the , as , C 4 H 10 O.
a type of antiknock fluid, containing lead and other ingredients for a more even combustion.
(modifier) of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group C2H5-: ethyl group or radical
1838, modeled on German äthyl (Liebig), from Greek aither (see ether) + -yl. Ethyl alcohol, under other names, was widely used in medicine by 13c.
ethyl eth·yl (ěth’əl)
The univalent hydrocarbon radical C2H5.
The radical C2H5, derived from ethane.
noun, Chemistry. 1. a colorless, volatile, flammable liquid, C 4 H 8 O 2 , having a fragrant, fruitlike odor: used chiefly as a scent in the manufacture of perfumes, flavorings, and confections, and as a solvent for paints, varnishes, and lacquers. noun 1. a colourless volatile flammable fragrant liquid ester, made from acetic acid […]
noun, Chemistry. 1. (def 1). noun 1. another name for alcohol (sense 1) ethyl alcohol n. See alcohol. ethyl alcohol See ethanol. ethyl alcohol [(eth-uhl)] The kind of alcohol made by fermentation of the sugar in grains; the fermentation is brought about by the enzymes in yeast. Note: Alcoholic drinks and gasohol contain ethyl alcohol.
[eth-uh l-uh-meen, -min, -am-in] /ˈɛθ əl əˌmin, -mɪn, -ˌæm ɪn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a flammable liquid with an odor of ammonia, C 2 H 7 N, used as a stabilizer for rubber latex, as a dye intermediate, and in organic synthesis.
[uh-mee-noh-ben-zoh-eyt, -it, am-uh-noh-] /əˌmi noʊˈbɛn zoʊˌeɪt, -ɪt, ˌæm ə noʊ-/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. .