Definition of Allyl isothiocyanate

1. Noun. (organic compound) A pungent compound, C3H5NCS, obtained from the seeds of black mustard, ''Brassica nigra'' or prepared synthetically; sometimes known as mustard oil; it is mildly toxic and is used as an animal repellent, etc. ¹



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Medical Definition of Allyl isothiocyanate

1. CH2==CH-CH2-NCS; volatile mustard CH-allylisosulfocyanate; isothiocyanic allyl ester;obtained from Brassica nigra or produced synthetically; a vesicant, used in 10% solution in 50% alcohol as a counterirritant in neuralgia. Gives mustard its characteristics flavor and aroma. See: mustard oil. Synonym: volatile mustard oil. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Allyl Isothiocyanate

alluvious
alluvium
alluviums
allways
allwhere
allwork
ally
ally with
allyboration
allying
allyl
allyl alcohol
allyl chloride
allyl cyanide
allyl group
allyl isothiocyanate (current term)
allyl radical
allyl resin
allyl sulfide
allylamine
allylamines
allylamino
allylate
allylates
allylation
allylations
allylbarbital
allylborane
allylboration
allylborations

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