nitroglycerin

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} nitrogliserin
(isim) nitrogliserin
nitroglycerine
nitrogliserin
nitroglycerine
i., bak. nitroglycerin
nitroglycerine
(Askeri) NİTROGLİSERİN: Gliserini, nitrik ve sülfürik asit karışımı ile muamele etmek suretiyle yapılan yüksek patlayıcı, yağlı sıvı
nitroglycerine
(isim) nitrogliserin
İngilizce - İngilizce
(Kimya) Nitroglycerin (NG), also known as nitroglycerine, trinitroglycerin, and glyceryl trinitrate, is a chemical compound. It is a heavy, colorless, oily, explosive liquid obtained by nitrating glycerol. It is used in the manufacture of explosives, specifically dynamite, and as such is employed in the construction and demolition industries, and as a plasticizer in some solid propellants. Nitroglycerin is also used medically as a vasodilator to treat heart conditions; it is a venous dilator that decreases waste production
A drug that helps relax and dilate arteries, often used to treat cardiac chest pain (angina)
It is made by the action of nitric acid on glycerin in the presence of sulphuric acid
A medicine that dilates arteries causing decrease in workload on the heart
alternative spelling of nitroglycerine
a medication used to relax or dilate arteries
A common form of the drug class called nitrates, prescribed to control angina attacks Nitroglycerin comes in both short- and long-acting forms
Nitroglycerin is a liquid that is used to make explosives and also in some medicines. or glyceryl trinitrate Organic compound, powerful explosive and ingredient of most forms of dynamite. It is a colourless, oily, somewhat toxic liquid with a sweet, burning taste. Its safe use as a blasting explosive became possible after Alfred P. Nobel developed dynamite in the 1860s with an inert porous material (moderator) such as charcoal or diatomaceous earth. Nitroglycerin is also used in a mixture in rocket propellants. In medicine, it is used to dilate blood vessels, especially to ease angina pectoris
a heavy yellow poisonous oily explosive liquid obtained by nitrating glycerol; used in making explosives and medically as a vasodilator (trade names Nitrospan and Nitrostat)
A liquid appearing like a heavy oil, colorless or yellowish, and consisting of a mixture of several glycerin salts of nitric acid, and hence more properly called glycerin nitrate
A medication which helps decrease chest pain or angina by relaxing the blood vessels
A drug that helps relax and dilate the blood vessels and is often used in treating angina pectoris
A very dilute solution is used in medicine as a neurotic under the name of glonion
{i} explosive oil, ingredient used in the preparation of dynamite; medicine used for widening the arteries
A drug that acts to open up blood vessels and is used in the treatment of angina
It is extremely unstable and terribly explosive
In tablet form, medication used to relieve chest pain (angina)
a medication used to relax the muscles in the blood vessels Often used to relieve attacks of angina pectoris and spasm of coronary arteries It is vasodilator
nitroleum
glyceryl trinitrate
nitroglycerine
{i} explosive oil, ingredient used in the preparation of dynamite; medicine used for widening the arteries
nitroglycerine
The compound glyceryl-tri-nitrate or 1,2,3 tri-nitrooxy propane; the ester of glycerol with nitric acid; prepared by the careful addition of a mixture of nitric and sulphuric acids to glycerol with constant stirring and cooling; it is a thick, pale yellow liquid, that is highly explosive on concussion or on exposure to sudden heat; it is used in medicine as a vasodilator, and as an explosive in the form of dynamite which is safe to handle
nitroglycerine
nitroglycerin a chemical used to make a powerful liquid explosive and also in some medicines
nitroglycerin

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    ni·tro·glyc·er·in

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    /ˌnītrōˈgləsərən/ /ˌnaɪtroʊˈɡlɪsɜrən/

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