diazotize

verb
di·az·o·tize | \dī-ˈa-zə-ˌtīz \
diazotized; diazotizing

Definition of diazotize 

transitive verb

: to convert (a compound) into a diazo compound (such as a diazonium salt)

Other Words from diazotize

diazotization \-ˌa-zə-tə-ˈzā-shən \ noun

First Known Use of diazotize

circa 1889, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for diazotize

International Scientific Vocabulary di- + azote nitrogen + -ize — more at az-

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The first known use of diazotize was circa 1889

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diazotize

transitive verb
di·az·o·tize
variants: or British diazotise \dī-ˈaz-ə-ˌtīz \
diazotized or British diazotised; diazotizing or British diazotising

Medical Definition of diazotize 

: to convert (a compound) into a diazo compound (as a diazonium salt)

Other Words from diazotize

diazotization or British diazotisation \-ˌaz-ət-ə-ˈzā-shən \ noun

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