Definition of allylamine in English:

allylamine

(also allylamin)

noun

Chemistry
  • A colourless to pale yellow liquid unsaturated amine; also called acrylamine.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in William Gregory (1803–1858), chemist and psychic investigator. From French allylamine from allyle + amine.

Pronunciation

allylamine

/ˌalʌɪlˈamiːn//aˈlʌɪləmiːn/