cyanocobalamin

noun
cy·a·no·co·bal·a·min | \ˌsī-ə-nō-kō-ˈba-lə-mən, sī-ˌa-nō-\
variants: or less commonly cyanocobalamine \ˌsī-ə-nō-kō-ˈba-lə-ˌmēn, sī-ˌa-nō- \

Definition of cyanocobalamin 

First Known Use of cyanocobalamin

1950, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for cyanocobalamin

cyan- + cobalt + vitamin

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cyanocobalamin

noun
cy·a·no·co·bal·a·min | \-kō-ˈbal-ə-mən \
variants: also cyanocobalamine \-ˌmēn \

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