dimethylhydrazine

noun
di·meth·yl·hy·dra·zine | \ ˌdī-ˌme-thəl-ˈhī-drə-ˌzēn \

Definition of dimethylhydrazine 

: either of two flammable corrosive isomeric liquids C2H8N2 which are methylated derivatives of hydrazine and of which one is used as a rocket fuel

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This shrinking market has opened the door to the Angara rocket, which has the advantage of not using environmentally hazardous fuel for each of its stages—Proton engines used nitrogen tetroxide and unsymmetrical dimethylhydrazine. Eric Berger, Ars Technica, "Russia’s Proton rocket, which predates Apollo, will finally stop flying," 25 June 2018

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1961, in the meaning defined above

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