Pronunciation: di'gli-ko-kol hi'dro-i'o-did-i'o-din
Definition: Two moles of diglycocoll hydroiodide combined with two atomic weights of iodine; an antibacterial agent used in tablet form to disinfect drinking water.
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Examples: glitazone, GI cocktail, etc.