Definition of aldoxime in English:

aldoxime

(also aldoxim)

noun

Chemistry
  • An oxime having the structure RCH=NOH, where R is an alkyl group, formed by reaction of an aldehyde with hydroxylamine.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Journal of the Chemical Society. After German Aldoxim.

Pronunciation

aldoxime

/alˈdɒksiːm/