xylyl


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xy·lyl

(zī'lil),
The radical consisting of xylene (xylol) minus a hydrogen atom.

xylyl

(zī′lil) [Gr. xylon, wood, timber + -yl]
A radical, CH3C6H4CH2−, formed by the removal of a hydrogen atom from xylene.
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