cacodyl vs tetramethyldiarsine what difference

what is difference between cacodyl and tetramethyldiarsine

English

Etymology

Ancient Greek κακώδης (kakṓdēs, evil-smelling)

Noun

cacodyl (countable and uncountable, plural cacodyls)

  1. (chemistry) The dimethylarsine radical (CH3)2As-
  2. (chemistry) tetramethyldiarsine formally derived from two of these radicals; an evil-smelling liquid that spontaneously combusts in air

Derived terms

  • cacodyl oxide
  • cacodylate
  • cacodylic

Related terms

  • cacodylic acid


English

Noun

tetramethyldiarsine (uncountable)

  1. cacodyl

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