enol

NOUN
  1. an organic compound that contains a hydroxyl group bonded to a carbon atom which in turn is doubly bonded to another carbon atom
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  • If you lip balm contains phenol, camphor, menthol, peppermint oil or eucalyptus, it's most likely making your lips more chapped than not.
  • La transcendance de l'égo: esquisse d'une description phénoménologique. Jean-Paul Sartre - Bibliography
  • Sebacic acid can be synthesized from phenols and cresols, but castor oil oxidation is considered a ‘greener’ process.
  • While he was busy, I punched a Tylenol caplet out of its plastic bubble. Ancient, Strange, and Lovely
  • Unlike the phrenologists of the 19th century, DeYoung's team doesn't presume to know whether differences in the size of a brain region give rise to unique personality characteristics, or whether our personality differences cause our brains to develop in unique ways - say, that when we practice random acts of kindness, our "agreeableness" center grows larger, or that a lifetime of social isolation might cause a region associated with The Columbian stories: Columns
  • Ten plant functional types (PFTs) are differentiated by physiological, morphological, phenological, bioclimatic, and fireresponse attributes. Effects of climate change on landscape and regional processes and feedbacks to the climate system in the Arctic
  • The speaker had, finally, demonstrated the synthesis of hippuric acid and sulphate of phenol in the excided kidney as a function of its cells, by adding to the blood pouring through the kidney, in the first place, benzoic acid and glycol; in the second place, phenol and sulphate of soda. Scientific American Supplement, No. 586, March 26, 1887
  • French authorities also confirmed that there was a vehicle containing around 100kg (220lb) of phenol - also known as carbolic acid - close to the site on fire. The Guardian World News
  • Polyphenol oxidase is the enzyme that makes phenolics react to form brown pigments.
  • It seems that transcendental phenomenology inevitably involves solipsism.
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