Nitrazepam



/naɪˈtreɪzɪˌpæm; naɪˈtræz-/
noun
1.
a synthetic chemical compound belonging to the benzodiazepine group of drugs; a minor tranquillizer used mainly in sleeping tablets, such as Mogadon. Formula: C15H11N3O3

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