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vinyl

 [vi´nil]
the univalent group CH2=CH- from vinyl alcohol.

vi·nyl

(vī'nĭl),
The hydrocarbon radical, CH2=CH-.
Synonym(s): ethenyl

vi·nyl

(vī'nil)
Hydrocarbon radical CH2=CH-.
Synonym(s): ethenyl.
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