Definition of Diether
1. Noun. (organic chemistry) Any organic compound having two ether functional groups. ¹
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Definition of Diether
1. a chemical compound [n -S]
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Literary usage of Diether
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1. The History of the Popes: From the Close of the Middle Ages. Drawn from the by Ludwig Pastor (1906)
"A second mission from Mayence received the Bull of Confirmation and the Pallium, after having solemnly sworn that within a year diether would appear in ..."
2. The Cambridge Modern History by Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero (1907)
"It was promptly followed by another of even more dangerous aspect Dietrich of Mainz died, May 6, 1459, and was succeeded by diether von Isenburg. ..."
3. The History of the Western Empire: From Its Restoration by Charlemagne to by Robert Buckley Comyn (1851)
"On the other hand, the Elector Palatine and the Duke of Bavaria-Landshut took up arms in behalf of diether, and a vigorous contest was carried on which ..."
4. A History of the Papacy During the Period of the Reformation by Mandell Creighton (1882)
"The discussions turned almost entirely on ecclesiastical matters ; but diether was only seeking his own interest, and was easily won over to withdraw his ..."
5. A History of the Papacy from the Great Schism to the Sack of Rome by Mandell Creighton (1911)
"It waw agreed that the Pope should depose diether, and set up in his stead ... Secretly John collected evidence against diether and bore it back to Pius II. ..."
6. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1823)
"She this occasion, to stage effect and action, enters, leading diether Faust, a bund than to poetic dialogue. old man, to whom she afterwards de- in the ..."
7. The Haarlem Legend of the Invention of Printing by Lourens Janszoon Coster by Antonius van der Linde (1871)
"1461), whereby the archbishop diether von Isenberg is removed, and Adolph von ... 1461), on the removal of Count diether; 87 lines on one sheet of paper, ..."