mesitylene

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mesitylene

[mə′sid·əl·ēn]
(organic chemistry)
C9H12 A colorless fragrant liquid that boils at 164.7°C (328.6°F); it is an aromatic hydrocarbon that is part of the benzene series, and occurs naturally in coal tar or is synthesized from acetone.
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