di·phe·nyl·amine·chlor·ar·sine -.klōr-'är-.sēn, -.klȯr-, -sən n ADAMSITE

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di·phen·yl·amine·chlor·ar·sine (DM) (di-fenґəl-ə-mēn″klor-ahrґsēn) phenarsazine chloride.

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  • diphenylaminechlorarsine — /duy fen l euh meen klaw rahr seen, kloh , am euhn , feen /, n. Chem. adamsite. [DIPHENYLAMINE + CHLOR 2 + ARSINE] * * * …   Universalium

  • diphenylaminechlorarsine — di·phen·yl·amine·chlor·ar·sine …   English syllables

  • diphenylaminechlorarsine — “+ˌklōrˈärˌsēn, sə̇n noun Etymology: diphenylamine + chlor + arsine : adamsite * * * /duy fen l euh meen klaw rahr seen, kloh , am euhn , feen /, n. Chem. adamsite. [DIPHENYLAMINE + CHLOR 2 + ARSINE] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Adamsite — Preferred IUPAC name Dibenzo 1 chloro 1,4 arsenine …   Wikipedia

  • adamsite — /ad euhm zuyt /, n. Chem., Mil. a yellow irritant smoke, containing a poisonous form of arsenic and used as a harassing agent. Also called phenarsazine chloride, diphenylaminechlorarsine. [1920 25; named after R. ADAMS; see ITE1] * * * ▪ gas… …   Universalium

  • Diphenylchlorarsine — Diphenylchlorarsine …   Wikipedia

  • adamsite — noun An organic compound, diphenylaminechlorarsine, used as a riot control agent. Syn: DM …   Wiktionary

  • adamsite — A vomiting agent that has been used in military training and in riot control. [Roger Adams, Am. chemist] * * * ad·ams·ite ad əm .zīt n a yellow crystalline arsenical C12H9AsClN used as a respiratory irritant in some forms of tear gas called also …   Medical dictionary

  • DM — Abbreviation for adamsite; diabetes mellitus; diastolic murmur; dopamine. * * * defined medium; dermatomyositis; Descemet s membrane; differentiation medium; design manager [database module]; dextromaltose; dextromethorphan; diabetes mellitus;… …   Medical dictionary

  • phenarsazine chloride — phen·ar·sa·zine chlor·ide (fen ahrґsə zēn) a toxic compound used as a gas in war and, as a compound with tear gas, in riot control; also used in some wood preserving solutions. It irritates the skin and respiratory tract and also causes …   Medical dictionary

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