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salicin or salicine (ˈsælɪsɪn)
a colourless or white crystalline water-soluble glucoside obtained from the bark of poplar trees and used as a medical analgesic. Formula: C13H18O7
[C19: from French salicine, from Latin salix willow]
salicine or salicine
[C19: from French salicine, from Latin salix willow]

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