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pi·per·o·nal

 (pī-pĕr′ə-năl′, pĭ-)
n.
A white powder, C8H6O3, having a floral odor, used as flavoring and in perfume.

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piperonal

(ˈpɪpərəʊˌnæl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a white fragrant aldehyde used in flavourings, perfumery, and suntan lotions. Formula: C8H6O3. Also called: heliotropin
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pi•per•o•nal

(pɪˈpɛr əˌnæl, paɪ-, ˈpɪp ər ə-)

n.
a white, crystalline, water-insoluble aldehyde, C8H6O3, that darkens on exposure to light: used in perfumery and organic synthesis.
[1865–70; piper (ine) + -one + -al1]
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Translations
héliotropine
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* Piperonal kills lice and also gives you the enjoyable vanilla taste.
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