tetraethyl pyrophosphate


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tet·ra·eth·yl py·ro·phos·phate (TEPP),

(tet'ră-eth'il pī'rō-fos'fāt),
An organic phosphoric compound used as an insecticide; a potent irreversible cholinesterase inhibitor.

tetraethyl pyrophosphate

n.
TEPP.

tetraethyl pyrophosphate

an insecticide used industrially and in agriculture and not to be used on animals. Accidental administration can cause death within an hour. Called also TEPP.