methylamine


me·thyl·amine

noun \ˌme-thə-lə-ˈmēn, -ˈla-mən; mə-ˈthi-lə-ˌmēn\

Definition of METHYLAMINE

:  a flammable explosive gas CH3NH2 with a strong ammoniacal odor used especially in organic synthesis (as of dyes and insecticides)

Origin of METHYLAMINE

International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: circa 1850

me·thyl·amine

noun \ˌmeth-ə-lə-ˈmēn, -ˈlam-ən; mə-ˈthil-ə-ˌmēn\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of METHYLAMINE

: a flammable explosive gas CH5N with a strong ammoniacal odor used especially in organic synthesis (as of insecticides)

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