trimethylamine(redirected from Trimethylammonium chloride)
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(CH3)3N A colorless, liquefied gas with a fishy odor and a boiling point of -4°C; soluble in water, ether, and alcohol; used as a warning agent for natural gas, a flotation agent, and insect attractant. Abbreviated TMA.
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