m-cresol


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m-cre·sol

(krē'sol),
A local antiseptic with a higher germicidal power than phenol and less toxicity to tissues; used in disinfectants and fumigants; its acetate derivative is used as a topical antiseptic and fungicide.
Synonym(s): metacresol

m-cre·sol

(krē'sol)
A local antiseptic with a higher germicidal power than phenol and less toxicity to tissues; used in disinfectants and fumigants.
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[USPRwire, Tue Oct 16 2018] Market Introduction Para cresol, a colorless to yellow colored organic compound is o-cresol and m-cresol isomer and a derivative of phenol.
The optimization, kinetics and mechanism of m-cresol degradation via catalytic wet peroxide oxidation with sludge-derived carbon catalyst.
Smoke from wood fire contains small volatile phenols such as guaiacol, 4-methylguaiacol, syringol, m-cresol, o-cresol and p-cresol (see "Smoke-Derived Volatile Phenols and Resveratrol" below) that contribute to the characteristic "burnt" odor.
The occurrence of m-cresol in the environment is mainly related to use this compound in cosmetic, fragrance, disinfectant, explosive and pesticide production [44].
T he synthesized PPy was found to be completely soluble in DMSO DMF T HF chloroform and m-cresol etc.
Dissolves only m-cresol of 100% concentration at 139oC in 5 minutes.
area 6.21 Benzene -- 0.32 8.85 Toluene -- 0.24 10.14 Furfural 0.12 0.11 10.97 Ethynylbenzene -- 0.03 11.25 Styrene -- 0.18 12.48 Phenol -- 0.73 13.62 o-Cresol -- 0.29 13.74 1-Propynylbenzene -- -- 13.90 p-Cresol -- 0.57 14.19 Guaiacol 0.11 0.04 15.40 Catechol 0.09 0.20 15.57 m-Cresol 0.16 0.04 15.77 Naphthalene -- 0.51 17.07 Methylnaphthalene -- 0.18 17.45 Eugenol 0.04 0.07 17.95 Biphenyl -- -- 18.00 Vanillin 0.08 0.04 18.49 Isoeugenol 0.12 0.05 18.89 Acenaphthylene -- 0.12 20.22 o-Biphenylenemethane -- -- 21.84 Phenanthrene -- 0.05 21.91 Anthracene -- -- 24.05 Pyrene -- -- 25.00 Internal standard 1.00 1.00 (tetracosane) Retention time (min) Pyrolysis oil Pyrolysis oil Mixture with Mixture with Ti[O.sub.2] ZSM-5 Area/I.
The essential oils of Angelica koreana, m-cresol and sabinene, were serially diluted with ethanol to obtain 0.0125 ~ 16 mg/mL solutions, and 10 [micro]L/mL of Tween 80 was added to each solution.
TABLE 2 COMPARATIVE PROPERTIES Nylon Polysulf XL 6 30% one 30% Nylon glass glass 6 30% glass Tensile Yield 160 90 190 Str., MPa Tensile Mod., 90000 8500 9600 MPa HDT, C @ 0.45 220 190 >300 N/[mm.sup.2] Notched 8 8 11 Charpy Impact Str., kJ/[m.sup.2] "To measure the degree of crosslinking in a nylon, the gel content can be measured using an extraction method with m-cresol as the solvent.
Entry Phenol Yield (%) (a)/Run 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 phenol 95 93 90 88 86 84 2 m-cresol 96 93 91 88 86 85 3 o-cresol 95 92 91 89 87 84 4 2-bromophenol 93 90 87 86 84 82 5 2-Chlorophenol 94 91 90 88 85 83 6 2,6-dibromophenol 94 92 89 87 86 85 (a) Isolated yields.
The results showed eight major peaks in phenolic fraction chromatograms: guaiacol, 4-methylguaiacol, phenol + o-cresol, 4-ethylguaiacol, p-cresol, m-cresol, 2,3-xylenol, and syringol.