phenate phe·nate (fē’nāt’)
A salt or an ester of phenol.
[fen-uh-zeen, -zin] /ˈfɛn əˌzin, -zɪn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a yellow, crystalline, slightly water-soluble solid, C 1 2 H 8 N 2 , used in organic synthesis chiefly in the manufacture of dyes. /ˈfɛnəˌziːn/ noun 1. a yellow crystalline tricyclic compound that is the parent compound of many azine dyes and some antibiotics. Formula: C6H4N2C6H4 phenazine […]
[fen-uh-zoh-pir-i-deen, -din] /ˌfɛn ə zoʊˈpɪr ɪˌdin, -dɪn/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a substance, C 1 1 H 1 2 ClN 5 , used as a lower urinary tract analgesic.
[fen-sahy-kli-deen, -sik-li-] /fɛnˈsaɪ klɪˌdin, -ˈsɪk lɪ-/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. an anesthetic drug, C 1 7 H 2 5 N, used as an animal tranquilizer: also widely used in several forms as an illicit hallucinogen. /fɛnˈsɪklɪˌdiːn/ noun 1. See PCP phencyclidine phen·cy·cli·dine (fěn-sī’klĭ-dēn’, -dĭn, -sĭk’lĭ-) n. Abbr. PCP A drug used as an anesthetic in veterinary […]
[feen] /fin/ noun, Biology. 1. any characteristic of an individual organism that is genetically determined. as an element in names of chemicals derived from benzene, from French phène, proposed 1836 by French scientist Auguste Laurent as an alternative name for “benzene” because it had been found in coal tar, a byproduct of the manufacture of […]