diazepam


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diazepam

[dī′az·ə‚pam]
(pharmacology)
C16H13ClN2O A benzodiazepine with a melting point of 125-126°C; used as a minor tranquilizer to relieve muscle spasms, anxiety, and tension. Also known by trade name Valium.
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