resorcinol


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resorcinol

 [rĕ-zor´sĭ-nol]
a phenol with bactericidal, fungicidal, keratolytic, exfoliative, and antipruritic activity; used especially as a topical keratolytic in the treatment of acne and other dermatoses.

re·sor·ci·nol

(rē-zōr'si-nol),
A dermal antiseptic; pyrocatechol and hydroquinone are isomers of resorcinol.
Synonym(s): resorcin

resorcinol

/re·sor·ci·nol/ (rĕ-zor´sĭ-nol) a bactericidal, fungicidal, keratolytic, exfoliative, and antipruritic agent, used especially as a topical keratolytic in the treatment of acne and other dermatoses.

resorcinol

(rĭ-zôr′sə-nôl′, -nōl′, -nŏl′) also

resorcin

(rĭ-zôr′sĭn)
n.
A white crystalline compound, C6H4(OH)2, with bactericidal, fungicidal, and keratolytic properties, used in the treatment of acne and other skin diseases and as a component of dyes and resin adhesives.

resorcinol

[rizôr′sinol]
an antiseptic substance used as a keratolytic agent in the dermatoses. It is also used in dyes and pharmaceutics and as a chemical intermediate.

resorcinol

A drug used externally that softens and helps to remove the horny outer layer of the skin. A keratolytic drug. A brand name for a preparation containing resorcinol is Eskamel.

resorcinol

topical antiseptic (bactericidal and fungicidal) agent; sometimes used to treat psoriasis and eczema; contraindicated for widespread or prolonged use

re·sor·ci·nol

(rē-zōr'si-nol)
A dermal antiseptic.

resorcinol (rizôr´sənôl´),

n an antiseptic substance used as a keratolytic agent in dermatoses.

resorcinol

a phenol with bactericidal, fungicidal, keratolytic, exfoliative and antipruritic activity; used especially as a topical keratolytic in the treatment of dermatoses.
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19 min) showed that the merbau wood liquid extract was dominated by resorcinol compounds, namely, 1,3-benzenediol resorcin (Fig.
The first RFL dips used were prepared by condensing resorcinol with formaldehyde in-situ which needed 4-6 hours of aging time before being added to the latex.
For aerogel preparation, 5-methylresorcinol and its technical mixture Honeyol[TM] are very competitive precursors beside well-studied resorcinol allowing to control the gel structure easily by the same techniques, resulting in very similar characteristics: the lowest density achieved for MR-FA aerogel is 0.
The Resorcinol industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed.
To this day, phenol itself, and more recently resorcinol, which reacts readily at room temperature, are the most important representatives of the first class.
Coded as "A", the first was a two-component, liquid resorcinol resin with powder/slurry hardener.
Applying the criteria described in EC Directive (79/831, 7th amendment, 92/32), phenol, 2,4- and 2,3-dimethyl phenol and 5-methyl resorcinol were classified as 'toxic' and p-cresol, 3,4-dimethyl phenol, resorcinol and 2,5-dimethyl resorcinol as 'very toxic' (Table 4 and [84]).
It is continuing development of a family of resorcinol resins that cure by a non-acid mechanism (PT, Dec.
20) reported significant reinforcing action of resorcinol- formaldehyde (RF) resins formed in situ (by the condensation of resorcinol and formaldehyde in alkaline medium) by the addition to natural rubber (NR) latex.
A hydroxymethylated resorcinol primer (HMR) did not penetrate as well into ACQ- or CA-B-treated southern yellow pine as into untreated wood, suggesting that PRF penetration is not as effective in treated wood.
Characteristically, "kukersite" oil phenols are predominantly of the resorcinol series.