phenol

Phenol vs Phenate - What's the difference?

phenol | phenate |


As nouns the difference between phenol and phenate

is that phenol is (organic compound|uncountable) a caustic, poisonous, white crystalline compound, c6h5oh, derived from benzene and used in resins, plastics, and pharmaceuticals and in dilute form as a disinfectant and antiseptic; once called carbolic acid while phenate is (organic chemistry) any salt or ester of phenol (when considered as an acid).

Phenol vs Indophenol - What's the difference?

phenol | indophenol |


As nouns the difference between phenol and indophenol

is that phenol is (organic compound|uncountable) a caustic, poisonous, white crystalline compound, c6h5oh, derived from benzene and used in resins, plastics, and pharmaceuticals and in dilute form as a disinfectant and antiseptic; once called carbolic acid while indophenol is (organic chemistry) any of a class of blue or green dyes produced by oxidation of phenols and aromatic diamines.

Phenol vs Diphenol - What's the difference?

phenol | diphenol |


As nouns the difference between phenol and diphenol

is that phenol is (organic compound|uncountable) a caustic, poisonous, white crystalline compound, c6h5oh, derived from benzene and used in resins, plastics, and pharmaceuticals and in dilute form as a disinfectant and antiseptic; once called carbolic acid while diphenol is (organic chemistry) any compound that has two phenol groups; especially the isomeric benzenediols (catechol, resorcinol and hydroquinone).

Phenol vs Sulfonphthalein - What's the difference?

phenol | sulfonphthalein |


As nouns the difference between phenol and sulfonphthalein

is that phenol is (organic compound|uncountable) a caustic, poisonous, white crystalline compound, c6h5oh, derived from benzene and used in resins, plastics, and pharmaceuticals and in dilute form as a disinfectant and antiseptic; once called carbolic acid while sulfonphthalein is (chemistry) any compound, analogous to a phthalein, formed by the condensation of o-sulfobenzoic acid with a phenol.

Phenol vs Phthalein - What's the difference?

phenol | phthalein |


As nouns the difference between phenol and phthalein

is that phenol is (organic compound|uncountable) a caustic, poisonous, white crystalline compound, c6h5oh, derived from benzene and used in resins, plastics, and pharmaceuticals and in dilute form as a disinfectant and antiseptic; once called carbolic acid while phthalein is (organic chemistry) any of a range of lactones formed by the reaction of phenols with phthalic anhydride.

Phenol vs Phenoxide - What's the difference?

phenol | phenoxide |


As nouns the difference between phenol and phenoxide

is that phenol is (organic compound|uncountable) a caustic, poisonous, white crystalline compound, c6h5oh, derived from benzene and used in resins, plastics, and pharmaceuticals and in dilute form as a disinfectant and antiseptic; once called carbolic acid while phenoxide is (chemistry) any metallic salt of a phenol.

Phenol vs Arenol - What's the difference?

phenol | arenol |


As nouns the difference between phenol and arenol

is that phenol is (organic compound|uncountable) a caustic, poisonous, white crystalline compound, c6h5oh, derived from benzene and used in resins, plastics, and pharmaceuticals and in dilute form as a disinfectant and antiseptic; once called carbolic acid while arenol is (organic chemistry) a phenol.

Phenol vs Creosote - What's the difference?

phenol | creosote |


As nouns the difference between phenol and creosote

is that phenol is (organic compound|uncountable) a caustic, poisonous, white crystalline compound, c6h5oh, derived from benzene and used in resins, plastics, and pharmaceuticals and in dilute form as a disinfectant and antiseptic; once called carbolic acid while creosote is a pale yellow oily liquid, containing phenols and similar compounds, obtained by the destructive distillation of wood tar, once used medicinally.

As a verb creosote is

to apply creosote.

Phenol vs Pyrogallate - What's the difference?

phenol | pyrogallate |


As nouns the difference between phenol and pyrogallate

is that phenol is (organic compound|uncountable) a caustic, poisonous, white crystalline compound, c6h5oh, derived from benzene and used in resins, plastics, and pharmaceuticals and in dilute form as a disinfectant and antiseptic; once called carbolic acid while pyrogallate is (chemistry) any salt of the phenol pyrogallol when viewed as an acid.

Phenol vs Calixarene - What's the difference?

phenol | calixarene |


As nouns the difference between phenol and calixarene

is that phenol is (organic compound|uncountable) a caustic, poisonous, white crystalline compound, c6h5oh, derived from benzene and used in resins, plastics, and pharmaceuticals and in dilute form as a disinfectant and antiseptic; once called carbolic acid while calixarene is (organic chemistry) any of a class of organic macrocycle containing a ring of phenol groups linked by a short bridge; they mimic some properties of enzymes, and have many other applications.

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