glycolyl definition

  • noun:
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- produced by glycolic acid
    • A divalent, ingredient radical, CO.CH2, regarded as the primary radical of glycolic acid, and a sizable group of relevant compounds.
    • A bivalent natural radical, CH2CO.
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- derived from glycolic acid
    • A divalent, substance radical, CO.CH2, seen as the essential radical of glycolic acid, and a big group of relevant substances.
    • A bivalent organic radical, CH2CO.
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- produced by glycolic acid
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- produced by glycolic acid
    • A divalent, chemical radical, CO.CH2, viewed as the primary radical of glycolic acid, and a sizable series of associated substances.
    • A divalent, compound radical, CO.CH2, considered the fundamental radical of glycolic acid, and a sizable number of related compounds.
    • A bivalent natural radical, CH2CO.
    • A bivalent organic radical, CH2CO.
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- produced by glycolic acid
    • A divalent, substance radical, CO.CH2, considered the primary radical of glycolic acid, and a big variety of associated substances.
    • A bivalent natural radical, CH2CO.
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- produced by glycolic acid
    • A divalent, element radical, CO.CH2, viewed as the primary radical of glycolic acid, and a sizable group of related substances.
    • A bivalent organic radical, CH2CO.
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- derived from glycolic acid
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- derived from glycolic acid
    • A divalent, element radical, CO.CH2, considered to be the essential radical of glycolic acid, and a big a number of related substances.
    • A bivalent natural radical, CH2CO.
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- produced by glycolic acid
    • A divalent, substance radical, CO.CH2, seen as the primary radical of glycolic acid, and a sizable series of relevant compounds.
    • A bivalent organic radical, CH2CO.
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- based on glycolic acid
    • A divalent, chemical radical, CO.CH2, viewed as the fundamental radical of glycolic acid, and a large a number of associated compounds.
    • A bivalent natural radical, CH2CO.
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- derived from glycolic acid
    • A divalent, substance radical, CO.CH2, regarded as the primary radical of glycolic acid, and a sizable variety of relevant substances.
    • A bivalent natural radical, CH2CO.
    • A divalent, ingredient radical, CO.CH2, thought to be the essential radical of glycolic acid, and a large group of associated substances.
    • The univalent radical HO-CH2-CO- produced by glycolic acid
    • A divalent, mixture radical, CO.CH2, thought to be the fundamental radical of glycolic acid, and a sizable number of relevant compounds.
    • A bivalent natural radical, CH2CO.
    • A bivalent natural radical, CH2CO.
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