/as"i tin/, n. Chem.
a colorless, thick, hygroscopic liquid, C5H10O4: used chiefly in the manufacture of explosives. Also called glyceryl monoacetate, monacetin, monoacetin.
[1870-75; ACET- + -IN2]

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