cetrimonium bromide

cetrimonium bromide

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cet·ri·mo·ni·um bro·mide (set″rĭ-moґne-əm) 1. hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide, one of the ingredients of cetrimide. 2. former name for cetrimide.

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