dimethyl sulfoxide

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dimethyl sulfoxide (uncountable) (abbreviation DMSO)

  1. (organic chemistry) An organic compound, (CH3)2SO, obtained as a byproduct from wood pulp, and is used as a solvent for carrying out chemical reactions and for administering drugs through the skin; also used as a reagent; its polar structure is a resonance hybrid.