triazinyl

noun
tri·az·i·nyl | \trīˈazᵊnˌil\
plural -s

Definition of triazinyl 

: a univalent radical C3H2N3 derived from one of the parent triazines

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History and Etymology for triazinyl

triazine + -yl

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