acetophenetidin

noun
ace·to·phe·net·i·din | \ˌa-sə-(ˌ)tō-fə-ˈne-tə-dən, ə-ˌsē-tō-\

Definition of acetophenetidin 

First Known Use of acetophenetidin

1887, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for acetophenetidin

earlier acetphenetidine, borrowed from German Acetphenetidin, from acet- acet- + Phenetidin phenetidine

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The first known use of acetophenetidin was in 1887

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acetophenetidin

noun
ace·to·phe·net·i·din | \ˌas-ə-(ˌ)tō-fə-ˈnet-əd-ən, ə-ˌsēt-ō- \
variants: also acetphenetidin \ˌas-ət-fə- \

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