dimethylsulphoxide


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dimethylsulphoxide

(daɪˌmiːθaɪlsʌlˈfɒksaɪd; -ˌmɛθɪl-) or

dimethylsulfoxide

n
(Pharmacology) a colourless odourless liquid substance used as a solvent and in medicine as an agent to improve the penetration of drugs applied to the skin. Formula: (CH3)2SO. Abbreviation: DMSO
Usage: See at sulphur
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