Organochloride vs Triclosan - What's the difference?

organochloride | triclosan | Hypernyms |

Organochloride is a hypernym of triclosan.


As nouns the difference between organochloride and triclosan

is that organochloride is (organic chemistry) organochlorine while triclosan is triclosan.

organochloride

English

Noun

(wikipedia organochloride) (en noun)
  • (organic chemistry) organochlorine
  • triclosan

    Noun

    (-)
  • A potent wide-spectrum antibacterial and antifungal agent, molecular formula C12H7Cl3O2.
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    Hypernyms

    * phenol * organochloride

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