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 (ăz′ōl′, ā′zōl′)
Any of a class of organic compounds that have a five-membered heterocyclic ring with at least one nitrogen and two double bonds and that also may contain another heteroatom.
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(ˈeɪzəʊl; əˈzəʊl)
1. (Elements & Compounds) an organic five-membered ring compound containing one or more atoms in the ring, the number usually being specified by a prefix: diazole; triazole.
2. (Elements & Compounds) a less common name for pyrrole
[from azo- + -ole1, on the model of diazole]
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(ˈæz oʊl, əˈzoʊl)

any of a group of five-membered heterocyclic compounds containing one or more nitrogen atoms in the ring.
[1895–1900; see azo, -ole2]
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(14.) Resnick, PR, "Fluorinated Dioxoles." US Patent 3,865,845, 1975