acetanilide


ac·et·an·i·lide

noun \ˌa-sə-ˈta-nə-ˌlīd, -ləd\

Definition of ACETANILIDE

:  a white crystalline compound C8H9NO that is derived from aniline and acetic acid and is used especially to relieve pain or fever

Variants of ACETANILIDE

ac·et·an·i·lide or ac·et·an·i·lid \ˌa-sə-ˈta-nə-ˌlīd, -ləd\

Origin of ACETANILIDE

International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: circa 1864

ac·et·an·i·lide

noun    (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of ACETANILIDE

: a white crystalline compound C8H9NO that is derived from aniline and acetic acid and is used especially to relieve pain or fever—called also phenylacetamide

Variants of ACETANILIDE

ac·et·an·i·lide or ac·et·an·i·lid \ˌas-ə-ˈtan-əl-ˌīd, -əl-əd\

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