diamyl phenol

diamyl phenol

[dī′am·əl ′fē‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
(C5H11)2C6H3OH A straw-colored liquid with a boiling range of 280-295°C; used in synthetic resins, lubricating oil additives, plasticizers, detergents, and fungicides.
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