injectant

[in-jek-tuhnt]
noun
a substance injected through the skin, as bee-sting venom or penicillin administered by injection, that causes an allergic reaction.

Origin:
1945–50; inject + -ant

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injectant in·jec·tant (ĭn-jěk'tənt)
n.
A substance injected, as into the skin.

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Natural gas has been a common injectant used in this country.
Existing low pressure oil, water injection, gas lift and possibly miscible injectant lines will be shared.
Producers will be converted to injector service as necessary in order to provide pressure support and minimize injectant cycling.
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