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benzyl ben·zyl (běn'zĭl, -zēl')
The univalent radical C6H5CH2- derived from toluene.
A colorless flammable liquid derived from petroleum. Benzene is used to make detergents, insecticides, motor fuels, and many other chemical products. Chemical formula: C6H6. See more at benzene ring.