Definition of Thialol

1. n. A colorless oily liquid, (C2H5)2S2, having a strong garlic odor; -- called also ethyl disulphide. By extension, any one of the series of related compounds.



Definition of Thialol

1. Noun. (obsolete organic compound) diethyldisulfide (C2H5)2S2 ¹

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Medical Definition of Thialol

1. A colourless oily liquid, (C2H5)2S2, having a strong garlic odour; called also ethyl disulphide. By extension, any one of the series of related compounds. Origin: Thio- + alcohol + L. Oleum oil. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thialol

thiacalixarene
thiacalixarenes
thiacetazone
thiacyclic
thiadiazepine
thiadiazol
thiadiazole
thiadiazoles
thiadiazoline
thiadiazolines
thiaemia
thiahelicene
thial
thialbarbital
thialdine
thialol (current term)
thials
thiam
thiamazole
thiambutene
thiambutenes
thiambutosine
thiamethoxan
thiamin
thiamin-triphosphatase
thiamin deficiency
thiamin hydrochloride
thiamin hydrochloride unit
thiamin mononitrate
thiamin oxidase

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