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di•meth•yl•ni•tros•a•mine



Pronunciation: (dī-meth"ul-nī-trō'su-mēn", -nī"trōs-am'in), [key]
n. Chem.
a yellow, water-soluble carcinogenic liquid, C2H6N2O, found in tobacco smoke and certain foods: known to be a potent carcinogen. Abbr.: DMN, DMNA

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dimethylmethanedimethyl sulfate

 

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