[hahy-dan-toh-in] /haɪˈdæn toʊ ɪn/

noun, Pharmacology.
a colorless, needlelike, crystalline compound, C 3 H 4 N 2 O 2 , used in the synthesis of pharmaceutical substances and resins.
a colourless odourless crystalline compound present in beet molasses: used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals and synthetic resins. Formula: C3H4N2O2

hydantoin hy·dan·to·in (hī-dān’tō-ĭn)
A crystalline substance derived from urea or allantoin.


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