eth·yl·ene·di·amine·tetra·ac·e·tate .eth-ə-.lēn-.dī-ə-.mēn-.te-trə-'as-ə-.tāt, -dīən- n a salt of EDTA

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eth·y·lene·di·a·mine·tet·ra·ac·e·tate (eth″ə-lēn-di″ə-mēn-tet-rə-asґə-tāt) a salt of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA). Called also edetate.

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