bismuth subsalicylate

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bismuth subsalicylate

[′biz·məth ‚səb·sə′lis·ə‚lāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Bi(C7H5O)3Bi2O3 A white powder that is insoluble in ethanol and water; used in medicine and as a fungicide for tobacco crops.
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