triclosan
noun Etymology: tri- + chlor- + -san (of unknown origin) Date: 1973 a whitish crystalline powder C12H7C13O2 that is a phenyl ether derivative used especially as a broad-spectrum antibacterial agent (as in soaps, deodorants, and mouthwash)

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  • triclosan — noun A potent wide spectrum antibacterial and antifungal agent, molecular formula CHCO …   Wiktionary

  • triclosan — tri·clo·san trī klō .san n a whitish crystalline powder C12H7Cl3O2 used esp. as a broad spectrum antibacterial agent (as in soaps, deodorants, and mouthwash) * * * tri·clo·san (tri kloґsan) [USP] an antibacterial effective against gram positive… …   Medical dictionary

  • triclosan — tri·clo·san …   English syllables

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