Medical Dictionary


noun an·ti·mo·nyl \ˈant-ə-mə-ˌnil, -ˌnēl\

Medical Definition of ANTIMONYL

:  a monovalent radical SbO composed of antimony and oxygen held to exist in the molecules of tartar emetic and some basic salts of antimony


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