dimethylhydrazine

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Etymology[edit]

di- +‎ methyl- +‎ hydrazine

Noun[edit]

dimethylhydrazine (plural dimethylhydrazines)

  1. (organic chemistry) Either of two isomeric dimethyl derivatives of hydrazine, but especially 1,2-dimethylhydrazine which is used in medical research.

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  • DMH (abbreviation)

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  • DMH (abbreviation)

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