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Indophenol
Indophenol In`do*phe"nol, n. [Indigo + phenol.] (Chem.) Any one of a series of artificial blue dyestuffs, resembling indigo in appearance, and obtained by the action of phenol on certain nitrogenous derivatives of quinone. Simple indophenol proper has not yet been isolated.
Oxyphenol
Oxyphenol Ox`y*phe"nol, n. (Chem.) A phenol, ?????, produced by the distillation of catechin; called also oxyphenic acid, and now pyrocatechin.
oxyphenol
Pyrocatechin Pyr`o*cat"e*chin, n. [Pyro- + catechu.] (Chem.) A white crystalline substance, C6H4(OH)2, of the phenol series, found in various plants; -- so called because first obtained by distillation of gum catechu. Called also catechol, oxyphenol. etc.
Phenol alcohol
Phenol alcohol (Chem.), any one of series of derivatives of phenol and carbinol which have the properties of both combined; thus, saligenin is a phenol alcohol. Phenol aldehyde (Chem.), any one of a series of compounds having both phenol and aldehyde properties. Phenol phthalein. See under Phthalein.
Phenol aldehyde
Phenol alcohol (Chem.), any one of series of derivatives of phenol and carbinol which have the properties of both combined; thus, saligenin is a phenol alcohol. Phenol aldehyde (Chem.), any one of a series of compounds having both phenol and aldehyde properties. Phenol phthalein. See under Phthalein.
Phenol phthalein
Phenol alcohol (Chem.), any one of series of derivatives of phenol and carbinol which have the properties of both combined; thus, saligenin is a phenol alcohol. Phenol aldehyde (Chem.), any one of a series of compounds having both phenol and aldehyde properties. Phenol phthalein. See under Phthalein.
Phenol phthalein
Phthalein Phthal"e*in, n. [See Phthalic.] (Chem.) One of a series of artificial organic dyes made as condensation products of the phenols with phthalic acid, and well represented by phenol phthale["i]n. Their alkaline solutions are fluorescent. Phenol phthalein, a white or yellowish white crystalline substance made from phthalic acid and phenol. Its solution in alkalies is brilliant red, but is decolorized by acids, and as this reaction is exceedingly delicate it is used as an indicator.
Phenolate
Phenolate Phe"no*late, n. [Phenol + -ate.] (Chem.) A compound of phenol analogous to a salt.
Tetraphenol
Tetraphenol Tet`ra*phe"nol, n. [Tetra- + phenol.] (Chem.) Furfuran. [Obs.]
tetraphenol
Furfuran Fur"fu*ran, n. [L. furfur bran.] (Chem.) A colorless, oily substance, C4H4O, obtained by distilling certain organic substances, as pine wood, salts of pyromucic acid, etc.; -- called also tetraphenol.
Tetrol phenol
Tetrol Tet"rol, n. [Tetra- + benzol.] (Chem.) A hypothetical hydrocarbon, C4H4, analogous to benzene; -- so called from the four carbon atoms in the molecule. Tetrol phenol, furfuran. [Obs.]
Thiophenol
Thiophenol Thi`o*phe"nol, n. [Thio- + phenol.] (Chem.) A colorless mobile liquid, C6H5.SH, of an offensive odor, and analogous to phenol; -- called also phenyl sulphydrate.
Tribromophenol
Tribromophenol Tri*bro`mo*phe"nol, Tribromphenol Tri`brom*phe"nol, n. (Chem.) A colorless crystalline substance prepared by the reaction of carbolic acid with bromine.
Tribromphenol
Tribromophenol Tri*bro`mo*phe"nol, Tribromphenol Tri`brom*phe"nol, n. (Chem.) A colorless crystalline substance prepared by the reaction of carbolic acid with bromine.
trinitrophenol
Picric Pi"cric, a. [Gr. ? bitter.] (Chem.) Pertaining to, or designating, a strong organic acid (called picric acid), intensely bitter. Note: Picric acid is obtained by treating phenol with strong nitric acid, as a brilliant yellow crystalline substance, C6H2(NO2)3.OH. It is used in dyeing silk and wool, and also in the manufacture of explosives, as it is very unstable when heated. Called also trinitrophenol, and formerly carbazotic acid.
Trinitrophenol
Trinitrophenol Tri*ni`tro*phe"nol, n. (Chem.) Picric acid.

Meaning of Phenol from wikipedia

- Phenol (also called carbolic acid) is an aromatic organic compound with the molecular formula C6H5OH. It is a white crystalline solid that is volatile...
- is phenol, C 6H 5OH. Phenolic compounds are cl****ified as simple phenols or polyphenols based on the number of phenol units in the molecule. Phenols are...
- solid and aromatic compound Phenols, a cl**** of chemical compounds that include phenol Phenolic content in wine Phenolic paper, a type of cardboard used...
- Phenol formaldehyde resins (PF) or phenolic resins are synthetic polymers obtained by the reaction of phenol or substituted phenol with formaldehyde. Used...
- Phenol red (also known as phenolsulfonphthalein or PSP) is a pH indicator frequently used in cell biology laboratories. Phenol red exists as a red crystal...
- Phenol extraction is a processing technology used to prepare phenols as raw materials, compounds or additives for industrial wood processing and for chemical...
- The ****ene process (****ene–phenol process, Hock process) is an industrial process for synthesizing phenol and acetone from benzene and propylene. The term...
- The Phenol coefficient, is now largely of historical interest, although the principles upon which it is based are still used. It is a measure of the bactericidal...
- The Folin–Ciocâlteu reagent (FCR) or Folin's phenol reagent or Folin–Denis reagent, also called the gallic acid equivalence method (GAE), is a mixture...
- of naturally occurring organic compounds characterized by multiples of phenol units. They are abundant in plants and structurally diverse. Polyphenols...
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