substituted phenol

sub·sti·tu·ted phe·nol

(sŭb'sti-tū-tĕd fē'nol)
Chemical disinfectant containing phenol with various chemical groups attached to the basic ring to enhance its disinfectant and detergent effects.
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Recurring structural features associated with decreased MMP included a substituted phenol moiety, a nitrobenzene core, and a thiazole substructure.
The solvent mixture includes a substituted phenol in water or an alcohol.
Third, use of ferrocyanide, through which peroxidase-peroxide oxidation becomes ferricyanide, in turn oxidizes the substituted phenol leading to the final quinoneimine dye, thus avoiding many potential interferences from substances such as bilirubin.
Business development manager Daniel Aultz says Norbloc 7966 contains a substituted phenol with side chains of methacrylic ester that can copolymerize efficiently with a variety of vinyl monomers.
It is a fatty-acid modified, substituted phenol and is said to be a food-grade additive and is usually used in plastics at levels of 0.
The oxidation rate of substituted phenols is higher, but it also depends on the molecular structure of the particular phenol [8].
Oxidation of substituted phenols by Pseudomonas putida F1 and Pseudomonas sp.
Thus, later on he was able to produce soluble linear paint resins (novolacs) by using ortho or para substituted phenols via alkaline or acid condensation of phenolic derivatives such as para-cresol.
The adsorption of phenol and substituted phenols from aqueous solution on activated carbons have been intensively investigated for decades because the phenol molecule which is relatively simple and well characterized is frequently used as a model for the adsorption of more complicated organic compounds (Radovic et al.
The reaction of substituted phenols (o-cresol, guiacol, phenyl phenol, l-naphthol, and 2-allyl phenol) with thionyl chloride in the presence of anhydrous aluminum chloride in dichloromethane yields sulfoxide-bridged bisphenols (13), (14).
1] Mohamed Ksibi, Asma Zemzemi, Rachid Boukchina, 2003, "Photocatalytic degradability of substituted phenols over UV irradiated Ti[O.
Phenol and substituted phenols such as cresol and chlorinated phenols are byproducts in number of industrial processes such as petroleum refining petrochemical operations, coal cooking, coal gasification and liquefaction and steel productions [11].