aromatic series n.
Chemical compounds derived from benzene or similar closed-chain hydrocarbon compounds containing conjugated double bonds.
Terebenthene belongs to the benzene or aromatic series, which can be shown from its connection with cymene.
Scientific American Supplement, No. 711, August 17, 1889 Various
- Aromatic spirits of ammonia
a nearly colorless liquid containing ammonia, ammonium carbonate, alcohol, and aromatic oils, used orally as an antacid and carminative and, by inhalation, as a stimulant in the treatment of faintness.
having an ; fragrant or sweet-scented; odoriferous. Chemistry. of or relating to an or compounds. a plant, drug, or medicine yielding a fragrant , as sage or certain spices and oils. . Historical Examples This same person once said that his wife had had a “historical” fit, in consequence of eating “aromatically” sealed salmon. A […]
the quality or state of being . Chemistry. the property of being or resembling any of the compounds. noun the property of certain planar cyclic conjugated molecules, esp benzene, of behaving like unsaturated molecules and undergoing substitution reactions rather than addition as a result of delocalization of electrons in the ring the quality or state […]
to make or fragrant. Historical Examples An almost imponderable quantity of this essential oil will suffice to aromatize a gallon of water. Scientific American, Volume XXXVI., No. 8, February 24, 1877 Various Then put the same quantity of ants as before; do this three times, then aromatize the spirit with cinnamon. Aphrodisiacs and Anti-aphrodisiacs: Three […]