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 (pī-pĕr′ĭ-dēn′, pĭ-)
A strongly basic, colorless liquid heterocyclic amine, C5H11N, used in the manufacture of rubber and as a curing agent in epoxy resins.


(pɪˈpɛrɪˌdiːn; -dɪn)
(Elements & Compounds) a colourless liquid heterocyclic compound with a peppery ammoniacal odour: used in making rubbers and curing epoxy resins. Formula: C5H11N


(pɪˈpɛr ɪˌdin, -dɪn, paɪ-, ˈpɪp ər ɪ-)

a colorless, water-soluble liquid, C5H11N, used chiefly as a solvent.
[1850–55; < Latin piper pepper + -idine]
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The volatile oil piperdine is created during this process, along with oleoresins, both of which contribute to the pungent, tantalizing aroma and commanding flavor of black pepper.
Whether a peppercorn is green, black, white or pink, there is one factor that remains constant for all four varieties: their pungency, derived from three elements; resin, piperdine and volatile oil.