nitrometanas statusas T sritis chemija formulė CH₃NO₂ atitikmenys: angl. nitromethane rus. нитрометан

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  • Nitromethane — Ni tro*meth ane, n. [Nitro + methane.] (Chem.) A nitro derivative of methane ({CH3.NO2}), obtained as a mobile liquid; called also {nitrocarbol}. It has been used as a rocket fuel and as a gasoline additive to add power to the fuel, especially in …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • nitromethane — noun a) a colourless oily liquid used in organic synthesis, and as a fuel for rockets, racing cars and model aircraft b) the simplest nitrop …   Wiktionary

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