Definition of phosphazene in English:

phosphazene

noun

Chemistry
  • Any compound containing the group N=P— , often as a repeating unit of a ring or chain in which two substituents are attached to each phosphorus atom.

Origin

1960s. From phospho- + azo- + -ene. Compare German Phosphazen.

Pronunciation

phosphazene

/ˈfɒsfəziːn/