[fee-nawl-thal-een, -ee-in, -fthal-, -nol-] /ˌfi nɔlˈθæl in, -i ɪn, -ˈfθæl-, -nɒl-/
noun, Chemistry, Pharmacology.
a white, crystalline compound, C 2 0 H 1 4 O 4 , used as an indicator in acid-base titration and as a laxative.
/ˌfiːnɒlˈθeɪliːn; -lɪɪn; -ˈθæl-/
a colourless crystalline compound used in medicine as a laxative and in chemistry as an indicator. Formula: C20H14O4
phenolphthalein phe·nol·phthal·ein (fē’nōl-thāl’ēn’, -thāl’ē-ĭn, -thā’lēn’, -thā’lē-ĭn)
A white or pale yellow crystalline powder that is used as an acid-base indicator and as a laxative.
A white or pale-yellow, crystalline powder used as an indicator for acid and basic solutions. In solutions that are either neutral or basic, it is colorless, while it is pink or red in solutions that are alkali. It is also used as a laxative and in making dyes. Chemical formula: C20H14O4.
[fee-nawl-suhl-fohn-thal-een, -ee-in, -fthal-, -nol-] /ˌfi nɔlˌsʌl foʊnˈθæl in, -i ɪn, -ˈfθæl-, -nɒl-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a bright to dark red crystalline compound, C 1 9 H 1 4 O 5 S, slightly soluble in water, alcohol, and acetone: used as an acid-base indicator and as a diagnostic reagent in medicine.
phenolsulfonphthalein phe·nol·sul·fon·phthal·ein (fē’nōl-sŭl’fōn-thāl’ēn’, -thāl’ē-ĭn, -thā’lēn’, -thā’lē-ĭn, -sŭl’fŏn-) n. Abbr. PSP See phenol red.
phenoluria phe·nol·u·ria (fē-nol- yū’rē-ā) n. the excretion of phenols in the urine
[fee-nom, fi-nom] /ˈfi nɒm, fɪˈnɒm/ noun, Slang. 1. a phenomenon, especially a young prodigy: a twelve-year-old tennis phenom. /fɪˈnɒm/ noun 1. (informal) a person or thing of outstanding abilities or qualities n. shortened form of phenomenon, U.S. baseball slang, first recorded 1890. noun A phenomenally skilled or impressive person; a performing wonder, esp in sports: […]