long-chain


long–chain

adjective

Definition of LONG-CHAIN

:  having a relatively long chain of atoms and especially carbon atoms in the molecule <long–chain hydrocarbons>

First Known Use of LONG-CHAIN

1930

long–chain

adjective    (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of LONG–CHAIN

: having a relatively long chain of atoms and especially carbon atoms in the molecule <long–chain hydrocarbons>

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