chemonite

[kee-muh-nahyt, kem-uh-]
noun Chemistry.
a solution consisting of copper hydroxide, arsenic trioxide, ammonia, acetic acid, and water: used as a wood preservative.

Origin:
chemo- + -n- + -ite1

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