\(ˌ)dīˌmethə̇ləˈmēn, -thə̇ˈlamə̇n\ noun
Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary dimethyl + amine
: an easily condensable gaseous compound (CH3)2NH having a strong ammoniacal odor made by catalytic reaction of methanol with ammonia or methylamine and used chiefly in organic syntheses (as of vulcanization accelerators for rubber)

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dimethˈylamine /-ə-mēn/ noun
A gas derived from ammonia with two methyl groups replacing two hydrogen atoms
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