terebic acid[tə reb′ik, -rē′bik]
terebic acid definition by Webster's New World
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a white, crystalline acid, CHO, a product of the oxidation of spirits of turpentine
Origin: ; from terebinth plush -ic
terebic acid definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A white crystalline compound, C7H10O4, resulting from the action of nitric acid on oil of turpentine.
Origin: tereb(inth) + -ic.