phthalic


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phthal·ic

 (thăl′ĭk, fthăl′-)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or derived from naphthalene.
2. Relating to phthalic acid.

[Short for naphthalic acid : naphthal(ene) + -ic.]

phthal•ic

(ˈθæl ɪk, ˈfθæl-)

adj.
of or derived from phthalic acid.
[1855–60; (na) phthal (ene) + -ic]
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