cyclohexanone


cyclohexanone
\\-ˌnōn\ noun (-s)
Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary cyclohexane + -one
: a liquid ketone C6H10O made by the oxidation of cyclohexanol or cyclohexane and used chiefly as a solvent and in organic synthesis

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/suy'kloh hek"seuh nohn', sik'loh-/, n. Chem.
an oily liquid, C6H10O, with an acetone and peppermintlike odor, a cyclic butone used in organic synthesis and as an industrial solvent.
[1905-10; see CYCLOHEXANE, -ONE]

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