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allyl

adjective al·lyl \ˈa-ləl\

Definition of ALLYL

:  being or containing the unsaturated monovalent radical CH2CHCH2
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Origin of ALLYL

International Scientific Vocabulary, from Latin allium garlic
First Known Use: 1854
Medical Dictionary

allyl

noun , al·lyl often attrib \ˈal-əl\

Medical Definition of ALLYL

:  an unsaturated monovalent radical C3H5 compounds of which are found in the oils of garlic and mustard
al·lyl·ic \ə-ˈlil-ik, a-\ adjective

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