methylnaphthalene


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meth·yl·naph·tha·lene

 (mĕth′əl-năf′thə-lēn′, -năp′thə-)
n.
A combustible naphthalene derivative, C11H10, obtained from coal tar in two isomeric forms, one a liquid, the other a solid.
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methylnaphthalene

(ˌmiːθaɪlˈnæpθəˌliːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) either of two isomeric derivatives of naphthalene: a liquid (1-methylnaphthalene), used in standardizing diesel fuels, or a solid (2-methylnaphthalene), an insecticide
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