[meth-uh-leyt] /ˈmɛθ əˌleɪt/ Chemistry
Also called methoxide. any derivative of , as , CH 3 ONa.
any compound containing the .
verb (used with object), methylated, methylating.
(in a compound) to replace (one or more hydrogen atoms) with the .
to mix with , as in the denaturation of ethyl alcohol.
(transitive) to mix with methanol
to undergo or cause to undergo a chemical reaction in which a methyl group is introduced into a molecule
another name for methoxide
methylate meth·yl·ate (měth’ə-lāt’)
v. meth·yl·at·ed, meth·yl·at·ing, meth·yl·ates
An organic compound in which the hydrogen of the hydroxyl group of methyl alcohol is replaced by a metal.
Noun An organic compound having the general formula CH3OR, in which R is a metal. Methylates are formed by replacing the hydrogen of the hydroxyl group (OH) of methyl alcohol with a metal.
Verb To combine with the methyl radical.
noun, (usually used with a singular verb) 1. ethyl alcohol denatured with methyl alcohol for the purpose of preventing its use as an alcoholic beverage. noun 1. (functioning as singular or pl) alcohol that has been denatured by the addition of methanol and pyridine and a violet dye Also called metho, meths
[meth-uh-ley-shuh n] /ˌmɛθ əˈleɪ ʃən/ noun, Chemistry. 1. the process of replacing a hydrogen atom with a .
[meth-uh l-ben-zeen, -ben-zeen] /ˌmɛθ əlˈbɛn zin, -bɛnˈzin/ noun, Chemistry. 1. . methylbenzene (měth’əl-běn’zēn’) See toluene.
[meth-il-ben-zil] /ˈmɛθ ɪlˈbɛn zɪl/ noun 1. .