phenylmethylcarbinyl-acetate

phenylmethylcarbinyl acetate

[fen-l-meth-uhl-kahr-buh-nil, feen-, fen-, feen-]
noun Chemistry.

Origin:
phenyl + methyl + carbinyl (perhaps < obsolete German Karbin + -yl)

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