Benzofuran



coumarone.
noun
a colourless insoluble aromatic liquid obtained from coal tar and used in the manufacture of synthetic resins. Formula: C8H6O Also called coumarone, cumarone
benzofuran
(běn’zō-fyr’ān’)
A colorless, sweet-smelling, oily liquid found in coal tar and used to make thermoplastic resins for paints and varnishes. Chemical formula: C8H6O.

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