ac·ryl·am·ide noun \ˌa-krəl-ˈa-ˌmīd, ə-ˈkri-lə-\
: an amide C3H5NO that is derived from acrylic acid, that polymerizes readily, and that is used in the manufacture of synthetic textile fibers
Origin of ACRYLAMIDE
ic + amide
First Known Use: 1893
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