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eth·yl·a·mine

 (ĕth′ə-lə-mēn′, -lăm′ən)
n.
A colorless volatile liquid, C2H7N, with a strong ammoniacal odor, used in petroleum refining and detergents and in organic synthesis. Also called ethanamine.
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ethylamine

(ˈiːθaɪləˌmaɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) chem a colourless compound with an ammonia-like odour
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