alcoholate


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al·co·hol·ate

(al-kŏ-hol'āt),
1. A tincture or other preparation containing alcohol.
2. A chemical compound in which the hydrogen in the OH group of an alcohol is replaced by an alkali metal (for example, sodium methylate).

alcoholate

Chemistry
An alkoxide (an alcohol salt).

Herbal medicine
An alcoholic extract of a plant.

al·co·hol·ate

(al-kŏ-hol'āt)
A tincture or other preparation containing alcohol.
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