nitrosyl

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nitrosyl

(ˈnaɪtrəsɪl; -ˌsaɪl)
n
(Chemistry) (modifier) another word for nitroso, esp when applied to inorganic compounds: nitrosyl chloride.
[C19: see nitroso]
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