cresylic

cre·syl·ic

 (krĭ-sĭl′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to creosote or cresol.

cresylic

(krɪˈsɪlɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) of, concerned with, or containing creosote or cresol
[C19: from cre(o)s(ote) + -yl+ -ic]
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3 Soap Shall Be Manufactured From Palm Or Any Other Suitable Vegetable Oil / Fatty Acid To Meet The Requirements Mentioned In The Contract4 Phenolic Substance Such As Cresylic Acid If Added Percent By Mass 2.
Initially, a few flotation trials were conducted to study the effect of frother addition on the recovery of lead and zinc minerals using various types of frother such as ethyl alcohol, polypropylene glycol, cresylic acid, methyl isobutyl carbinol (MIBC) and pine oil (Tan, et al.
The depth of darkness of the brown in coffee color is due to the proportion of cresylic acid (cresol) present after the beans have been roasted.
The Plant is also able to produce phenol, cresylic acid, naphtha and methanol, which are sold as commodity chemicals.
The type and concentration of the solvent and the catalyst, temperature and time of reaction, and the ratio of the cresylic compounds are the important variables affecting the rate of polymerization.
Pine oil, cresylic acid, methyl isobutyl carbonol, and other specialty frothers are readily adsorbed by activated carbon.
Triaryl phosphates are made from phenol and cresylic acids, and equivalent esters from phenol and synthetic alkyl phenols.
com/research/361031/cresols_cresylic) has announced the addition of the "Cresols & Cresylic Acids" report to their offering.
Cawley said the house can be cleaned with soap and water and sprayed with a cresylic disinfectant.
The prime example of an aromatic alcohol is cresylic acid and its derivatives.
Triaryl phosphates made from phenol and cresylic acids and equivalent esters made from phenol and synthetic alkyl phenols are readily available.
It provides us with more data stability, faster reports and a more cost effective way to ensure compliance in the long run," said Leigh Ann Hawboldt, Manager of Training and Development for Merisol, a global provider of high quality phenolic products, with two major cresylic acid production facilities in Houston, Texas, and Johannesburg, South Africa.