Hexane vs Phenol - What's the difference?

hexane | phenol |


As nouns the difference between hexane and phenol

is that hexane is (organic compound) any of five isomeric aliphatic hydrocarbons, c6h14 they are colorless, volatile liquids while phenol is phenol.

hexane

English

Noun

  • (organic compound) Any of five isomeric aliphatic hydrocarbons, C6H14. They are colorless, volatile liquids.
  • Derived terms

    * cyclohexane

    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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