benzylamine


benzylamine
\\|benˌzil, -zēl+\ noun (-s)
Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary benzyl + amine
: a colorless liquid base C6H5CH2NH2 made synthetically (as by the action of ammonia on benzyl chloride)

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