carbanilide

carbanilide

[kär·bə′nil‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
(NHC6H5)CO(NHC6H5) Colorless crystals that are very slightly soluble in water, and dissolve in ether and alcohol; used in organic synthesis.
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Although TCC and triclosan are frequently discussed and studied in tandem, TCC is a carbanilide (the two aromatic rings are linked by urea), whereas triclosan is a diphenyl ether (with oxygen linking the rings) [3].