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(as-et-fe-nef -id-in) [acetum; phenol]. A compound derived from phenol, having antipyretic and antineuralgic proper- ties. It is crystalline, tasteless, and almost insoluble in water. Dose 4-30 gr. (0.26-2.0 Gm.). Syn., Phenacetin.

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