amylene

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am·yl·ene

(am'i-lēn),
A flammable liquid hydrocarbon formed by the decomposition of amyl alcohol; has anesthetic properties but undesirable side actions.
Synonym(s): trimethylethylene

am·yl·ene

(am'i-lēn)
Flammable liquid hydrocarbon formed by the decomposition of amyl alcohol; has anesthetic properties but undesirable side effects.
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