Originally Posted by DrPlacebo
And from the name I can tell exactly what the chemical structure is. The prefix "para-" tells you where the two chlorine atoms (-dichloro-) are around the benzene ring: opposite one another. Orthodicholorobenzene would have the two chlorine atoms bonded to adjacent carbon atoms; metadichlorobenzne would have the two chlorine atoms separated by one carbon atom.
In other news, I had no idea VISITATOR was a word.
Thanks for the chemistry lesson DrP, was interesting. Once upon a time I ventured VISITATOR and was also surprised it was valid.
My favorite word I found in the last month: PERFECTIBILIAN. At first I thought the longest word would be PERFECTIBILITIES but that wasn't available. I stitched on the -ian suffix instead and presto! 26 pts and 2 records
Edit: just found CREATURELINESSES (30/16) for the first time. The -nesses seem to be endless, haha.