creosote oil


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creosote oil

[′krē·ə‚sōt ‚ȯil]
(materials)
A coal tar fraction, boiling between 240 and 270°F (116-132°C); used for producing materials such as creosote and tar acids and used directly as a germicide, insecticide, or pesticide.
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