lacrimator

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lacrimator

[′lak·rə‚mād·ər]
(materials)
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Using [alpha]-tosyloxyacetophenones instead of [alpha]-bromoacetophenones in the previous reaction has such advantages that the reactions gave the final products in higher yields, became more eco-friendly as well as less time consuming, and avoided highly lachrymatory and toxic [alpha]-haloketones which are now not available commercially.
It is defined as a "material that is obtained from extracting the natural pepper plant with temporary lachrymatory effects on living things." The proposal includes no restrictions on the use of these types of gases by the police, with the minimum age for purchasing pepper spray for self-defense set at 18.
They are precursors to the lachrymatory and flavour compounds detected in the agronomical important genus Allium.
22) Which bodily fluid is collected in a lachrymatory? 23) In Greek mythology, who was the father of Achilles?