One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An iodine-containing viscous liquid ester formerly used extensively as a radiological contrast medium, mainly for myelography; 10-(p-iodophenyl)undecanoate, I—C₆H₄—CH(CH₃)—(CH₂)₈COOC₂H₅.
1960s; earliest use found in WHO Chronicle. From io- (in iodo-) + phen- + -dyl + -ate, in the alternative chemical name ethyl iodophenylundecylate.
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