alcoholysis

alcoholytic /al'keuh haw lit"ik, -ho-/, adj.
/al'keuh haw"leuh sis, -hol"euh-/, n. Chem.
chemical decomposition resulting from the interaction of a compound and an alcohol.
[ALCOHOL + -LYSIS]

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