How Do You Spell AZAPERONE?
Azaperone, pronounced /əˈzæpəroʊn/, is a medication commonly used in veterinary practice as a tranquilizer and sedative for large and small animals. The spelling of the word is derived from its chemical composition, which contains the prefix "aza-" indicating the presence of a nitrogen atom in the molecular structure, and the suffix "-perone" indicating its relationship to the chemical class of the butyrophenone compounds. The phonetic transcription of the word reveals its stress on the second syllable and the pronunciation of the final "e" as a schwa sound.
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