phenylphenol

phenylphenol

[¦fen·əl′fē‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5C6H4OH Almost white crystals, soluble in alcohol, insoluble in water; the ortho form, melting at 56-58°C, is used to manufacture dyes, as germicide and fungicide, and in the rubber industry, and is also known as 2-hydroxybiphenyl, ortho-xenol; the para form, melting at 164-165°C, is used to manufacture dyes, resins, and rubber chemicals, and as a fungicide.
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The percentage of undeveloped larvae was significantly higher when the insects were fed with the control diet, when compared to larvae in diets containing sodium benzoate, formaldehyde and phenylphenol (Table 2).
saccharalis larvae developed with a diet containing formaldehyde, differing significantly when parasitized larvae were fed using the control, sodium benzoate and phenylphenol treatments (Table 5).
flavipes that parasitized the larvae fed with formaldehyde and phenylphenol diets were significantly long-lived than those that parasitized the larvae fed with the diet containing sodium benzoate (Table 6).
p-phenylphenol, o-phenylphenol, and higher phenylphenols were found in a small lake receiving contaminated groundwater in the Aberjona watershed in eastern Massachusetts.
Known and probable reproductive and Known and probable carcinogens developmental toxins Acrylamide Lithium carbonate Coal tar Dibutyl phthalate Ethylacrylate Toluene Formaldehyde Lead acetate HC Blue 2 Potassium dichromate Lead acetate Butoxyethanol Phenacetin Dimethicone triethanolamine Phenolphthalein Diethanolamine Phenylphenol Cetyl phosphate Potassium dichromate Diglycol-cyclohexanedimethanol Progesterone Selenium sulfide
content=findings_ingreds_of_concern#begin Top ingredients of concern in Skin Deep: Known and probable carcinogens Acrylamide Coal tar Ethylacrylate Formaldehyde HC Blue 2 Lead acetate Phenacetin Phenolphthalein Phenylphenol Potassium dichromate Progesterone Selenium sulfide Known and probable reproductive and developmental toxins Lithium carbonate Dibutyl phthalate Toluene Lead acetate Potassium dichromate Butoxyethanol Dimethicone triethanolamine Diethanolamine Cetyl phosphate Diglycol-cyclohexanedimethanol
Pesticides with relatively large ERRs, including dimethomorph (expiration of European Union authorization, September 2017), fludioxonil (October 2018), fenhexamid (May 2011), imazalil (December 2011), linuron (December 2013), ortho phenylphenol (December 2019), tebuconazole (August 2019), and pirimiphos-methyl (September 2017), may be important antiandrogenic pollutants at present and in the future (Table 1).
Based on the results of GC-MS analysis, monohydric phenols, such as phenols, indanols, naphthols, phenylphenols, fluorenols and phenanthrenols, were identified in the two oils.
The oxygen compounds in the acid fractions of LSO and SLTCT are represented by phenols, indanols, naphthols, phenylphenols, fluorenols and phenanthrenols, and their derivatives.
Phenylphenols, biphenols, bisphenol-A and 4-tert-octylphenol exhibit alpha and beta estrogen activities and antiandrogen activity in reporter cell lines.
Phenylphenols, biphenols, bisphenol-A and 4-tert-octylphenol exhibit [alpha] and [beta] estrogen activities and antiandrogen activity in reporter cell lines.
Phenylphenols, biphenols, bisphenol-A and 4-tert-octyphenol exhibit alpha and beta estrogen activities and antiandrogen activity in reporter cell lines.