Definition of Diethylmalonylurea

1. Noun. A barbiturate used as a hypnotic.

Exact synonyms: Barbital, Barbitone, Diethylbarbituric Acid, Veronal
Generic synonyms: Barbiturate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diethylmalonylurea

diethylanilines
diethylbarbituric acid
diethylcarbamazine
diethylcarbamazine citrate
diethylcathinone
diethyldithiocarbamate
diethylene
diethylene glycol
diethylenediamine
diethylenes
diethylenetriamine
diethylenetriamine pentaacetic acid
diethylenetriamines
diethylhexyl phthalate
diethylmaleate
diethylmalonylurea (current term)
diethylnitrosamine
diethylolamine
diethylphosphoryl butyrylcholinesterase
diethylpropion
diethylpropion hydrochloride
diethylpyrocarbonate
diethyls
diethylstilbesterol
diethylstilbestrol
diethylstilbestrol monooxygenase
diethylstilboestrol
diethylthiambutene
diethyltoluamide
diethyltryptamine

Literary usage of Diethylmalonylurea

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1. The Condensed Chemical Dictionary: A Reference Volume for All Requiring by Chemical Catalog Company, Inc (1920)
"Verdigris Green. See Copper acetate, Basic. Verditer Green. See Copper carbonate. Vermilion. See Mercuric sulfide, Red. Veronal* (diethylmalonylurea ..."

2. A Textbook of Pharmacology and Therapeutics: Or, The Action of Drugs in by Arthur Robertson Cushny (1910)
"... ester of tertiary amyl alcohol, Veronal, or diethylmalonylurea ((C>Hs)1C(CONH)aCO), and Neuronal, ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1906)
"... the trade name given to diethylmalonylurea, and is exploited as an efficient hypnotic—probably similar to ..."

4. Therapeutic Gazette (1904)
"... which, judging from the literature so far published, seems to be a useful sleep-producing agent. Chemically it is diethylmalonylurea, ..."

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