coumaran

noun cou·ma·ran \ ˈk(y)üməˌran \

Definition of coumaran

plural -s
:a colorless oil C8H8O formed by reducing coumarone of which it is the dihydride

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Origin and Etymology of coumaran

International Scientific Vocabulary coumarin + -an; probably originally formed as German kumaran


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