[klawr-uh-fee-nawl, -nol, klohr-] /ˌklɔr əˈfi nɔl, -nɒl, ˌkloʊr-/
any of three isomers having the formula C 6 H 5 ClO, derived from chlorine and , used chiefly as intermediates in the manufacture of dyes.
any derivative of of which one or more hydrogen atoms have been replaced by chlorine atoms.
chlorophenol chlo·ro·phe·nol (klôr’ō-fē’nôl’, -nōl’)
One of several substitution products obtained by the action of chlorine on phenol and used as an antiseptic.
noun, Chemistry. 1. an acid-base indicator, C 19 H 12 Cl 2 O 5 S, that changes color from yellow to red as the acidity of a solution decreases.
[klawr-uh-fee-nuh-theyn, klohr-] /ˌklɔr əˈfi nəˌθeɪn, ˌkloʊr-/ noun 1. .
[klawr-uh-fil, klohr-] /ˈklɔr ə fɪl, ˈkloʊr-/ noun, Botany, Biochemistry. 1. the green coloring matter of leaves and plants, essential to the production of carbohydrates by photosynthesis, and occurring in a bluish-black form, C 55 H 72 MgN 4 O 5 (chlorophyll a) and a dark-green form, C 55 H 70 MgN 4 O 6 (chlorophyll […]
[klawr-uh-fil-eys, -eyz, klohr-; klawr-uh-fuh-leys, -leyz, klohr-] /ˌklɔr əˈfɪl eɪs, -eɪz, ˌkloʊr-; ˈklɔr ə fəˌleɪs, -ˌleɪz, ˈkloʊr-/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. an enzyme found in plants that decomposes by removing the phytol chain.