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me·thox·ide

 (mə-thŏk′sīd′)
n.
An alkoxide derived from methanol. Also called methylate.

[meth- : oxide.]

methoxide

(mɛθˈɒksaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a saltlike compound in which the hydrogen atom in the hydroxyl group of methanol has been replaced by a metal atom, usually an alkali metal atom as in sodium methoxide, NaOCH3. Also called: methylate
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