phenic

phenic

(ˈfiːnɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem relating to, having the characteristics of, or originating from phenyl
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There they were fixed with a solution of 10% formaldehyde, 5% mineral oil and 1% phenic acid, by application in the common carotid artery, reinforcing with subcutaneous and intramuscular infiltrations, and later disposed by immersion in the same solution without mineral oil for a week.
In order from the best for wort quality, the subgroups are (i) strictly soft: coffee that has beverage with all the characteristics of aroma and taste of the soft beverage, but strongly accentuated; (ii) soft: coffee beverage with smooth, sweet, and pleasant taste and aroma; (iii) softish: coffee beverage with weakly sweet and smooth, but still with no signs of astringency; (iv) hard: coffee beverage with acrid and astringency taste, but still with no signs of odd flavors; (v) Rioysh: coffee beverage with soft flavor, slightly resembling iodoform; vi) Rio: coffee beverage with typical flavor of iodoform; (vii) Rio Zona: coffee beverage with strongly accentuated aroma and taste, strongly resembling iodoform or phenic acid and repugnant flavor [18].
Phenic acid was used as standard for the construction of the analytical curve at concentrations of 0-200[micro]g m[L.sup.-1], at intervals of 20[micro]g.
Which part of the body is supplied with blood by the phenic arteries?
They were fixed by subcutaneous intramuscular infiltrations and in cavities with a solution of 10 % formalin, 5 % mineral oil and 1 % phenic acid.