phenylcarbinol

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phen·yl·car·bi·nol (fen″əl-kahrґbĭ-nol) benzyl alcohol.

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  • phenylcarbinol — /fen l kahr beuh nawl , nol , feen /, n. Chem. See benzyl alcohol. [PHENYL + CARBINOL] …   Useful english dictionary

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  • benzyl alcohol — Chem. a colorless, faintly aromatic, slightly water soluble liquid, C7H8O, used chiefly as a solvent in the manufacture of perfumes and flavorings, and as an intermediate in the synthesis of benzyl esters and ethers. Also called phenylcarbinol. * …   Universalium

  • benzyl — The hydrocarbon radical, C6H5CH2 . b. alcohol C6H5CH2OH; possesses local anesthetic and bacteriostatic properties. SYN: phenmethylol, phenylcarbinol. b. benzoate an agent that reduces th …   Medical dictionary

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  • φαινυλοκαρβινόλη — η, Ν χημ. άλλη ονομασία τής βενζυλικής αλκοόλης. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. < γαλλ. phenylcarbinol < phenyl (βλ. φαινύλιο) + carbinol «καρβινόλη»] …   Dictionary of Greek

  • benzyl alcohol — noun : a colorless liquid primary alcohol C6H5CH2OH occurring free and in the form of esters in many essential oils, made usually by hydrolysis of benzyl chloride, and used chiefly as a solvent and in making esters * * * Chem. a colorless,… …   Useful english dictionary

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