[nahy-truh-glis-er-in] /ˌnaɪ trəˈglɪs ər ɪn/
noun, Chemistry, Pharmacology.
a colorless, thick, oily, flammable, highly explosive, slightly water-soluble liquid, C 3 H 5 N 3 O 9 , prepared from glycerol with nitric and sulfuric acids: used chiefly as a constituent of dynamite and other explosives, in rocket propellants, and in medicine as a vasodilator in the treatment of angina pectoris.
a pale yellow viscous explosive liquid substance made from glycerol and nitric and sulphuric acids and used in explosives, and in medicine as a vasodilator. Formula: CH2NO3CHNO3CH2NO3 Also called trinitroglycerine
also nitroglycerin, “explosive oily liquid,” 1857, from nitro- + glycerin. So called either because it was obtained by treating glycerine with nitric and sulfuric acids or because it is essentially a nitrate (glyceryl trinitrate).
nitroglycerin ni·tro·glyc·er·in or ni·tro·glyc·er·ine (nī’trō-glĭs’ər-ĭn, -trə-)
A thick, pale yellow liquid that is explosive on concussion or exposure to sudden heat, used as a vasodilator in medicine.
A thick, pale-yellow, explosive liquid formed by treating glycerin with nitric and sulfuric acids. It is used to make dynamite and in medicine to dilate blood vessels. Chemical formula: C3H5N3O9.
noun, Chemistry. 1. the univalent group –NO 2 .
[nahy-truh-hahy-druh-klawr-ik, -klohr-, nahy-] /ˈnaɪ trəˌhaɪ drəˈklɔr ɪk, -ˈkloʊr-, ˌnaɪ-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. . /ˌnaɪtrəʊˌhaɪdrəʊˈklɒrɪk/ noun 1. another name for aqua regia
[nahy-trol-ik] /naɪˈtrɒl ɪk/ adjective, Chemistry. 1. of or noting a series of acids of the type RC(=NOH)NO 2 , whose salts form deep-red solutions.
noun, Chemistry, Pharmacology. 1. a colorless, crystalline, water-insoluble, explosive solid, C 6 H 8 N 6 O 1 8 , used as a fulminating agent in percussion caps and in the treatment of hypertension and coronary insufficiency. [nahy-truh-man-i-tawl, -tol] /ˌnaɪ trəˈmæn ɪˌtɔl, -ˌtɒl/ noun, Chemistry. 1. .