thiodiglycol etymology

English word thiodiglycol comes from English glycol, English di-, English thio-

Detailed word origin of thiodiglycol

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
glycol English (eng) (organic chemistry) Any aliphatic diol.. (organic compound) A thick, colourless liquid, C2H4(OH)2, of a sweetish taste, produced artificially from certain ethylene compounds and used as an antifreeze; ethylene glycol.
di- English (eng) (uncommon) Alternative form of dis-. Two, twice, or double A form of dia- before a vowel.
thio- English (eng) (chemistry) containing sulfur / sulphur, especially a compound in which oxygen has been replaced by this element.
thiodiglycol English (eng) (organic compound) A viscous, clear to pale-yellow liquid used as a solvent, miscible with acetone, alcohols, and chloroform and soluble in benzene, ether, and tetrachloromethane.

Words with the same origin as thiodiglycol

Descendants of di-
benzodiazepine diallylic diaryl diasterane diazepam dicadmium dichromic acid didendron diepoxy diester diethyl difunctional digirth dilithium dimethyl dimorph diniobium diode dioxide dipetalous dipyridine discandium dizygous morphine diglucuronide radon difluoride
Descendants of thio-
aurothiomalate bisthiourea dialkylthiourea thioacetic acid thioalkaloid thioaminal thioanisole thiobarbiturate thiobenzanilide thiocarboxylic thiocyanuric thioethyl thioformaldehyde thioguanosine thiohemiketal thiometalate thiophilic thiopurine thiopyridone thiopyrimidine thioquinone thiosulfate thiotrophic thiouridine