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propyl

 [pro´pil]
the univalent radical CH3CH2CH2-, from propane.

pro·pyl (Pr),

(prō'pil),
The alkyl radical of propane, CH3CH2CH2-.

propyl

/pro·pyl/ (pro´pil) the univalent radical CH3CH2CH2—, from propane.

pro·pyl

(Pr) (prō'pil)
The alkyl radical of propane, CH3CH2CH2-.

propyl

the univalent radical CH3CH2CH2, from propane.

propyl disulfide
the toxic principle in alliumvalidum and domestic onions and garlic. Called also n-propyl disulfide.
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