tetradecyl mercaptan

tetradecyl mercaptan

[¦te·trə′des·əl mər′kap‚tan]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)13SH A combustible liquid with a boiling point of 176-180°C; used for processing synthetic rubber. Also known as myristyl mercaptan.
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