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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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13] Aside from producing different spots on the TLC plates, maceration and Soxhlet extraction produce different parameters such as chemical yield, LOD, and total phenolic content.
Additional nonphenolic organic substances and some inorganic substances may also react with the F-C reagent to give elevated apparent phenolic concentrations.
Wine grape pomace is an excellent source of phenolic extracts for potential use in oral health.
St an"The terracotta is non-combustible and the phenolic board used is class 0 rated for fire spread.
20 and 40 phr of liquid phenolic resin (Resol, Bakelite PF S1211, Momentive), supplied by Hexion, were added to the EPDM/Kynol[R] baseline.
This study also aimed to extract total phenolic compounds from irradiated purslane plant.
The present research was designed to study the effects of different solvents and techniques on the extraction yield, phenolic contents and antioxidant activities of bark of F.
Total reducing strength or total phenolic compounds in all plant extracts were determined as described by singleton et al.
The good news is that phenolic compounds are flavorless and stable, meaning the vegetables can be cooked without losing health-promoting qualities.
The determination of the total content of phenolic compounds in roasted white yam, groundnut, yellow maize, and plantain was done in methanol extract due to the high solubility of phenolic compounds in this medium and the results are shown in T able 1.
1 Lockers should be constructed per attached Section 10 51 00 Phenolic locker
The composition of the phenolic fraction of sea buckthorn fruits was determined using an HPLC-ESI-MS/MS method.