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glyceryl

noun glyc·er·yl \ˈglis-rəl, ˈgli-sə-\

Definition of GLYCERYL

:  a radical derived from glycerol by removal of hydroxide; especially :  a trivalent radical CH2CHCH2
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First Known Use of GLYCERYL

1845
Medical Dictionary

glyceryl

noun glyc·er·yl \ˈglis-(ə-)rəl\

Medical Definition of GLYCERYL

:  a radical derived from glycerol by removal of hydroxide; especially :  a trivalent radical CH2CHCH2

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