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disubstituted

adjective di·sub·sti·tut·ed \(ˌ)dī-ˈsəb-stə-ˌtü-təd, -ˌtyü-\

Definition of DISUBSTITUTED

:  having two substituent atoms or groups in a molecule

First Known Use of DISUBSTITUTED

circa 1909

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