barbital vs veronal what difference

what is difference between barbital and veronal

English

Noun

barbital (countable and uncountable, plural barbitals)

  1. The first commercially marketed barbiturate, used as a hypnotic drug until the mid-1950s.
    Synonyms: barbitone, diethylbarbituric acid, diethylmalonyl urea, veronal

Further reading

  • barbital on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

French

Noun

barbital m (plural barbitals)

  1. barbital


English

Etymology

Former trade name, after the Italian city Verona.

Noun

veronal (uncountable)

  1. A barbiturate, used formerly to induce sleep.
    Synonyms: barbital, diethylmalonyl urea, diethylbarbituric acid, barbitol

Derived terms

  • veronalism

Translations

Further reading

  • barbital on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

References


Spanish

Noun

veronal m (uncountable)

  1. veronal

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