phenyl salicylate

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phen·yl sa·lic·y·late

the salicylic ester of phenol; the phenylic ester of salicylic acid; an intestinal analgesic and antipyretic; it has been used as an enteric coating for tablets, and in ointments for sunburn prevention.
Synonym(s): salol
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Lower fading of yellow dyed and treated with phenyl salicylate and vitamin C combination.
Geranium oil, another fragrance ingredient, caused positive reaction in our one male patient along with positive reactions from gallate mix and phenyl salicylate and he was using face wash, shaving cream, after shave lotion, soaps and hair color.
Ismail, "Effects of nonionic, cationic, and mixed nonionic-cationic surfactants on the acid-base behavior of phenyl salicylate," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol.
Reagent-grade 4-methoxysalicylic acid (1H), 4-methylsalicylic acid (2H), cetyltrimethylammonium bromide (CTABr), phenyl salicylate (3H), and piperidine (4) (Figure 1) were commercial products of highest available purity.
The most active of the salicylate esters studied was phenyl salicylate, which with a molecular weight of 214.2 was close to the mean value for the most active group of compounds, whereas its activity level was close to that of ethyl paraben.