Flavone vs Phenol - What's the difference?

flavone | phenol |


As nouns the difference between flavone and phenol

is that flavone is (chemistry) any of a class of tricyclic aromatic heterocyclic ketones, especially the naturally occurring flavonoids while phenol is phenol.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

flavone

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (chemistry) any of a class of tricyclic aromatic heterocyclic ketones, especially the naturally occurring flavonoids
  • (chemistry, uncountable) the parent compound of this class
  • phenol

    English

    (wikipedia phenol)

    Noun

  • (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.
  • (organic chemistry, countable) Any of a class of aromatic organic compounds having at least one hydroxyl group attached directly to the benzene ring.
  • Synonyms

    * (caustic compound derived from benzene) carbolic acid * benzenol * hydroxybenzene

    Hyponyms

    * alizarin * alkylphenol * amidol * aminosalicylic acid * anacardic acid * anthrapurpurin * apocynin * aurin * bamethan * biclotymol * bisoxatin * bisphenol * bithionol * bromoxynil * butylparaben * calcein * carbol fuchsin * cardanol * carvacrol * catechin * catechol * cavicularin * chavicol * chlorophenol * chloroxylenol * chromotropic acid * cichoric acid * clofoctol * combretastatin * coumaric acid * coumestrol * creosol * cresol * curcumin * curcuminoid * desaspidin * dichlorophen * dichlorophenol * diethylstilbestrol * diferulic acid * dihydroxyphenylglycine * dimetofrine * dinoseb * dioxybenzone * dithranol * ellagic acid * estradiol * ethyl salicylate * ethylparaben * ethylvanillin * etilefrine * eugenol * ferulic acid * gallic acid * gepefrine * gingerol * glycin * gossypol * guaiacol * hematein * hexachlorophenol * homocapsaicin * homogentisic acid * homosalate * homovanillic acid * honokiol * hordenine * hydroxytyrosol * ifenprodil * ketazocine * ketobemidone * magnolol * mequinol * mesalazine * methyl salicylate * methylparaben * metol * monobenzone * morphine * mutisianthol * naphthol * nitrophenol * nonylphenol * norfenefrine * o-cresol * octabenzone * octyl salicylate * oleocanthal * oleuropein * orcin * orsellinic acid * ortho-vanillin * oxantel * oxybenzone * oxyphenisatine * paraben * paracetamol * paradol * parietin * pentachlorophenol * phenolphthalein * phloroglucinol * picamar * piceatannol * picric acid * polyphenol * prenalterol * proanthocyanidin * probucol * propofol * propyl gallate * propylparaben * punicalagins * pyrogallol * ractopamine * resorcinol * resveratrol * rosmarinic acid * rosocyanine * rubrocurcumin * salbutamol * salicylaldehyde * salicylaldoxime * salicylic acid * sesamol * shogaol * styphnic acid * syringol * tannic acid * theaflavin * thorin * thymol * thyronamine * trichlorophenol * triclosan * tyramine * tyrosine * tyrosol * umbelliferone * vanillin * xamoterol * xantocillin * xibornol * xylenol * zingerone

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