a preparation having vinegar or dilute acetic acid as the solvent.
Digitalis to be taken every night for six nights, and a saline draught with forty drops of acetum scillit.
An Account of the Foxglove and some of its Medical Uses William Withering
An acetum digitalis is officinal in the Netherlands and Germany; an extract and infusion are also used to some extent.
Poisons: Their Effects and Detection Alexander Wynter Blyth
The word occurs often in a sense in which acetum is the best representative, associated with verjuice and vinegar.
Notes and Queries, Number 73, March 22, 1851 Various
In no writer is the Italum acetum found in so undiluted a sort.
The Oxford Book of Latin Verse Various
another name for vinegar
a solution that has dilute acetic acid as solvent
containing the . noun (modifier) of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group CH3CO-: acetyl group or radical acetyl a·ce·tyl (ə-sēt’l, ās’ĭ-tl) n. The acetic acid radical CH3CO. ac’e·tyl’ic (ās’ĭ-tĭl’ĭk) adj. acetyl (ə-sēt’l, ās’ĭ-tl) The radical CH3CO, derived from acetic acid.
- Acetyl chloride
a colorless, toxic, and fuming liquid of pungent odor, C 2 H 3 OCl, soluble in ether, acetone, and acetic acid: used in the manufacture of dyes and pharmaceuticals. noun a colourless pungent liquid used as an acetylating agent. Formula: CH3COCl Also called ethanoyl chloride
- Acetyl-coenzyme a
the acetylated form of coenzyme A, formed as an intermediate in the oxidation of carbohydrates, fats, and protein in animal metabolism.
- Acetyl coa
the acetylated form of coenzyme A, formed as an intermediate in the oxidation of carbohydrates, fats, and protein in animal metabolism. acetyl CoA abbr. acetyl coenzyme A