chlorophenol

chlor·o·phe·nol

(klōr'ō-fē'nol),
One of several substitution products obtained by the action of chlorine on phenol; used as antiseptics.
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a) water based -- water with ortho--phenyl phenol or tertiary amylphenol or O benzylp- chlorophenol (b) alcohol based -- Ethyl or iso propyl alocohol with O phenyl phenol or tertiary amylphenol (c) Iodophor -- butoxypoly propoxy poly ethoxy ethanol iodine complex
chlorophenol accumulation proceeds in kidneys, spleen, liver, heart, brain and fat tissue.
Increase of specific symptoms after long-term use of chlorophenol polluted drinking water in a community.
This result is in agreement with the results of the study conducted by Makris (2000) in which O-benzyl-p chlorophenol has shown antibacterial property against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria.
2] particles were magnetically separated from the reaction mixture in the vessel and an aliquot of supernatant containing tacrolimus: antibody-[beta]-galactosidase conjugate complexes was transferred from the reaction vessel to a photometric cuvette containing chlorophenol red-[beta]-D-galactopyranoside (CPRG).
Evaluation of toxicity and degradation of a chlorophenol mixture by the laccase produced by Trametes pubescens.
The EDC examined in the present work is Triclosan, a chlorophenol compound that has found widespread use as an antibacterial and antifungal agent in a wide array of consumer products.
Sonolysis of 4 chlorophenol in aqueous solution: effects of substrate concentration, aqueous temperature and ultrasonic frequency.
For instance, the biotransformation and degradation of 2- chlorophenol and 3-chlorobenzoate by anaerobic bacterial consortia was severely inhibited by heavy metal ions (Kuo and Genther, 1996).