[fuh-net-i-deen, -din] /fəˈnɛt ɪˌdin, -dɪn/
a colorless organic liquid, C 8 H 1 1 NO, used chiefly in its para form (para-phenetidine) in the synthesis of , dyes, and other compounds.
a liquid amine that is a derivative of phenetole, existing in three isomeric forms: used in the manufacture of dyestuffs. Formula: H2NC6H4OC2H5
[fen-i-tohl] /ˈfɛn ɪˌtoʊl/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a colorless, volatile, aromatic, water-insoluble liquid, C 8 H 1 0 O. /ˈfɛnɪˌtəʊl; -ˌtɒl/ noun 1. a colourless oily compound; phenyl ethyl ether. Formula: C6H5OC2H5
noun See fen-phen
/fɛnˈfɔːmɪn/ noun 1. a biguanide administered orally in the treatment of diabetes to lower blood concentrations of glucose; it has been largely superseded by metformin. Formula: C10H15N5
noun a fear of sunlight, daylight Word Origin Greek phengos ‘daylight’
- Phenic acid
phenic acid phe·nic acid (fē’nĭk, fěn’ĭk) n. See phenol.