dihydric


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dihydric

/di·hy·dric/ (di-hi´drik) having two hydrogen atoms in each molecule.

dihydric

(di-hi'drik) [ di- + hydro- + -ic]
A compound containing two hydrogen atoms.
See: dihydrate
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12] aliphatic alcohols, and monohydric and dihydric alcohols can be used, with methanol and ethanol being designated as the preferred extraction agents.
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As earlier, the interest of scientists is focused on products obtained on the basis of dihydric phenols, now especially on compounds with long alkyl side chains, so-called oil-soluble phenols.