2-hydroxybiphenyl


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2-hydroxybiphenyl

[¦tü hī¦dräk·sē·bī′fen·əl]
(organic chemistry)
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This bacterium have the genes and enzymes responsible for removing sulfur from dibenzothiophen to yield 2-hydroxybiphenyl as the final product, meaning that there is no degradation of the carbon-carbon bonds in the dibenzothiophen molecule.
1994, "Desulfurization of debenzothiophene to 2-hydroxybiphenyl," Arch.

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