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alcoholate

Pronunciation: al-kŏ-hol′āt

Definition:

  1. A tincture or other preparation containing alcohol.
  2. A chemical compound in which the hydrogen in the OH group of an alcohol is replaced by an alkali metal (sodium methylate).

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