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cac•o•dyl



Pronunciation: (kak'u-dil), [key]

adj.
containing the cacodyl group.

n.
an oily, slightly water-soluble, poisonous liquid compound composed of two cacodyl groups, (CH3)2As-As(CH3)2, that has a vile, garliclike odor and that undergoes spontaneous combustion in dry air.

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