ethoxy

ethoxy

[e-thok-see]
noun Chemistry.
the radical C 2 H 5 O−.
Also called ethoxyl [e-thok-sil] .


Origin:
eth(yl) + oxy-2 (+ -(y)l)

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ethoxy eth·ox·y (ě-thŏk'sē)
n.
The univalent radical C2H5O. adj.
Relating to or containing the ethoxy radical.

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