phenolic compound


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phe·nol·ic com·pound

(fē-nol'ik kom'pownd)
Chemical disinfectant containing phenol or phenollike chemicals.
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The 80% estimated value therefore obtained, is not an approximation of the total phenolic compounds in the stem bark of Morinda lucida.
Bioavail-ability studies in animals and humans administered virgin olive oil or olive oil supplemented with phenolic compounds have demonstrated that HT is absorbed and excreted in urine as a response to the intake of virgin olive oil as well as to intake of oily and aqueous preparations (19-24).
A suitable bioassay is necessary in order to investigate the role of phenolic compounds in allelopathy.
The final volume for the phenolic compound fraction was 25 [micro]L and was spiked with 4'-Me-4-MeO-2,3,3',5,6-pentachlorobiphenyl (5 [micro]L) as performance standard before analysis.
The physical mass transfer of a phenolic compound from the interfacial area to the bulk of the organic phase can be described as
Phenolic compounds were eluted with 1 mL of methanol and evaporated to dryness under a nitrogen stream at 25 [degrees]C.
Although PCB concentrations have been previously measured in umbilical cord plasma, this is the first study to examine HO-PCBs and other phenolic compounds in that medium.
The results of short- and long-term measurements showed that 2,6-dimethylphenol is the worst-degrading phenolic compound investigated in the present work.
By Product - Hypochlorite - Quaternary Ammonium Compounds - Hydrogen Peroxide - Chlorhexidine Gluconate - Peracetic Acid - Chlorine Dioxide - Phenolic Compounds - Alcohols - Iodine Compounds - Aldehydes
The levels of vitamin C, phenolic compounds and reddish color were not significantly different in the heat-treated samples compared with the fresh juice samples.
One of the main phenolic compounds, are flavonoids, that have been proven antioxidants properties.