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aryl

adjective ar·yl \ˈa-rəl, ˈer-əl\

Definition of ARYL

:  having or being a monovalent organic radical (as phenyl) derived from an aromatic hydrocarbon by the removal of one hydrogen atom —often used in combination
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Origin of ARYL

International Scientific Vocabulary aromatic + -yl
First Known Use: 1906
Medical Dictionary

aryl

noun ar·yl \ˈar-əl\

Medical Definition of ARYL

:  a radical (as phenyl) derived from an aromatic hydrocarbon by the removal of one hydrogen atom

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