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phe·no·lic

(fĭ-nō′lĭk, -nŏl′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, containing, or derived from phenol.
n.
Any of various synthetic thermosetting resins, obtained by the reaction of phenols with simple aldehydes and used as adhesives.
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boninense was exposed and trained under different concentrations of phenolic acids (0.
The total phenolic content of the extracts ranged from 8 g to 62 g GAE per 100 g.
There are a lot of variables in the mechanical drilling process, and future experiments should focus on the optimum thickness of phenolic entry to balance bit cleaning and phenolic evacuation, phenolic hardness and optimum pecking.
Phenolics and primary grain processing: In cereals, the phenolic compounds are concentrated mainly in outer layers of the grain (bran).
At 100[degrees]C test temperature (temperature above the softening point of the phenolic resin), the phenolic resin will exist in the liquid state.
The Sumitomo Bakelite Group, who originated the Phenolic disc brake caliper piston applications, has been making Phenolic molding compounds for disc brake caliper pistons since the early 1970s and has the largest market share in the world.
The mold and coremaking, mixing and storage HAP emissions for phenolic urethane binders measured under controlled process conditions at CERP are listed in Table F.
In addition to macroeconomic factors, phenolic resin demand will benefit from ongoing shifts in the wood panel product mix favoring oriented strand board and particleboard over softwood plywood, since these chip-based boards have more intense adhesive requirements per board foot than veneer-based boards such as plywood.
Although PCB concentrations have been previously measured in umbilical cord plasma, this is the first study to examine HO-PCBs and other phenolic compounds in that medium.
The largest producer of phenolic molding compounds in North America, Durez Corp.
One factor common to these environments, he notes, is the presence of phenolic compounds.
Mitchanol International, Surrey, England, has introduced its Mitchanol 30 series phenolic modified rosin esters.