glyceryl

[n] - a trivalent radical derived from glycerol by removing the three hydroxyl radicals
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Glyceryl

Glyc'er·yl noun [ Glycer in + -yl .] (Chemistry) A compound radical, C 3 H 5 , regarded as the essential radical of glycerin. It is metameric with allyl. Called also propenyl .
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glyceryl

(glis´әr-әl) the mono-, di-, or trivalent radical formed by the removal of hydrogen from one, two, or three of the hydroxy groups of glycerol. glyceryl triacetate triacetin. glyceryl trinitrate nitroglycerin.
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Glyceryl

• (n.) A compound radical, C3H5, regarded as the essential radical of glycerin. It is metameric with allyl. Called also propenyl.
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glyceryl

Type: Term Pronunciation: glis′ĕr-il Definitions: 1. The trivalent radical, C3H53−, of glycerol; often used in error for glycero- or glycerol. 2. Any group derived from glycerol by removing one or more of the hydroxyl groups.
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