tetramethyldiarsine


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tetramethyldiarsine

(ˌtɛtrəˌmiːθaɪldaɪˈɑːsiːn)
n
(Chemistry) an oily slightly water-soluble poisonous liquid with garlic-like odour. Its derivatives are used as accelerators for rubber. Also called (not in technical usage): cacodyl or dicacodyl
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Noun1.tetramethyldiarsine - a poisonous oily liquid with a garlicky odor composed of 2 cacodyl groups; undergoes spontaneous combustion in dry air
organic compound - any compound of carbon and another element or a radical
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