Decyl

De'cyl noun [ Latin decem ten + -yl .] (Chemistry) A hydrocarbon radical, C 10 H 21 , never existing alone, but regarded as the characteristic constituent of a number of compounds of the paraffin series.
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decyl

<chemistry> A hydrocarbon radical, C10H21, never existing alone, but regarded as the characteristic constituent of a number of compounds of the paraffin series. ... Origin: L. Decem ten + -yl. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Decyl

• (n.) A hydrocarbon radical, C10H21, never existing alone, but regarded as the characteristic constituent of a number of compounds of the paraffin series.
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