2 edition of Cresylic acid. found in the catalog.
United States Tariff Commission.
|Contributions||United States. President (1923-1929 : Coolidge)|
|LC Classifications||HF2651.C9403 A5 1927|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 16 p. incl. tables, diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||27026920|
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Chapin, Robert M. (Robert Macfarlane), Analysis of coal-tar creosote and cresylic acid sheep dips. Need help? Chat now. Live Chat - Free Trial - Webinar - Feedback Cart (0). cresylic definition: 1. of or from cresol or creosote 2. of various acids composed of different mixtures of phenols and used in making plastics, disinfectants, of cresylic cres(ol) + -yl + -ic.
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Excerpt from The Analysis of Coal-Tar Creosote and Cresylic Acid Sheep Dips Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith and to recommend for publication as a bulletin of this Bureau the accompanying manuscript entitled The Analysis Of Coal-tar Creosote and Cresylic Acid Sheep Dips, by Robert M.
Chapin, assistant chemist in the Biochemic : Robert M. Chapin. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone : Robert Macfarlane Chapin. n A term sometimes applied to mixture of o- m- and p-cresol, which are mildly acidic, but also including wider fractions of phenolic compounds derived from coal tar or petroleum that contain xylenols and other higher-boiling phenols in addition to the is used in the production of phenolic resins and tricresyl phosphate.
See Cresol. Open image in new window. A term sometimes applied to mixture of o- m- and p-cresol, which are mildly acidic, but also including wider fractions of phenolic compounds derived from coal tar or petroleum that contain xylenols and other higher-boiling phenols in addition to the is used.
Cresylic acid also refs to the mixture of phenols containing varying amounts of xylenols, cresols, and other high-boiling fractions, but not more than 5 percent phenol.
Commercial cresols are prepared in a wide range of grades and purities to meet the user's requirements. It is a liquidFile Size: 49KB. (1) p-Cresol is used largely in the formulation of antioxidants and in the fragrance and dye industries. (1) Sources and Potential Exposure.
Mixed cresols may be found in ambient air; sources are car exhaust, electrical power plants, municipal solid waste incinerators, oil refineries, and cigarettes. is also called tricresol, Cresylic acid. book cresylic acid. All three isomers are very toxic, and in high concentrations they can be absorbed in fatal amounts through the skin.
The cresols are strong germicides, and in low concentrations they are effective disinfectants and antiseptics. Acid Dreams: The Complete Social History of LSD: the CIA, the Sixties, and Beyond, originally released as Acid Dreams: The CIA, LSD, and the Sixties Rebellion, is a book by Martin A.
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The type and concentration of the solvent and the catalyst, temperature and time of reaction, and the ratio of the cresylic compounds are the. Cresylic acid is a generic term referring to combinations of both cresols and xylenols along with phenol or various other alkylphenols (ethylphenols, propylphenols, etc.).
Phenolic compounds in this family are found in a wide variety of ordinary materials. Small amounts are present in various foods, flower extracts, essential oils, wine,File Size: KB. Formula. C7H8O=C6H4(Ch3).OH. Cresylic Acid is an antiseptic and germicide upon the different kinds of pathogenic organisms.
It is a colorless liquid having the odor of boils atand is slightly is soluble in water, quite soluble in alcohol, glycerine, and water of ammonia, and very soluble in both of the injected into rabbits it produced toxic symptoms.
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Cresylic acid is the mixture of methylphenol, ethylphenol, dimethyl phenol, and phenol. Cresylic acid is categories under the weak acid family, which is partly miscible in the aqueous solution and has low vapour pressure, on the basis of the flammability, cresylic acid are not flammable but it can burn when not stored under recommended conditions/5(19).
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Cresylic Acid is a composition of a number of mixtures of several acids that are derived from petroleum and coal tar, boiled above °C, contain varying amounts of cresols and other phenols, and are used in resins, disinfectants, solvents, preservatives, wood preservatives and electrical insulation.
cresylic acid n. Any of a number of mixtures of several acids that are derived from petroleum and coal tar, boil above °C, contain varying amounts of cresols and other phenols, and are used in resins, disinfectants, solvents, and electrical insulation. Looking for cresylic acid. Find out information about cresylic acid.
A mixture of phenols containing varying amounts of xylenols, cresols, and other high-boiling fractions. A crude mixture of the three cresol isomers Explanation of cresylic acid.
Definition of cresylic acid. 1: cresol especially: a crude mixture of the three cresols. 2: a mixture of phenols (as cresols and xylenols) obtained from coal tar or cracked petroleum oils. Symbol which looks like a small house Solid circle with an upward pointer in it. Jump to content.
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The cresols are obtained from coal tar or petroleum, usually as a mixture of the three stereoisomers (molecules with the same number and type of atoms but with unique atom arrangements). This mixture is also called tricresol, or cresylic acid.
All three isomers are very toxic, and in high concentrations they can be absorbed in fatal amounts. The cresols occur in cresylic acid, a mixture of the three cresols together with some xylenols and neutral oils, obtained from coal tar distillates.
Only the m -cresol has the three reactive positions necessary to give cross-linked resins and so this is normally the desired material. Phenylic acid Cresylic Acid Phenylic alcohol Phenol Phenyl hydroxide Carbolic acid, 88% hydrate Monohydroxybenzene, 88% hydrate Methyl Phenol Phenyl Hydrate.
Safety Data Sheets. Phenol, 88% hydrate. Cresylic Acid. Enquire about Cresylic Acid. Our team of experts are at the ready. Fill out the form below and we will be in touch shortly. Get this from a library.
Cresylic acid: report of the United States Tariff Commission to the President of the United States: differences in costs of production of cresylic acid in the United States and in the principal competing country, as ascertained pursuant to the provisions of section of title III of the Tariff Act of with appendix, proclamation by the President.
Cresylic acid significantly decreased bacteria on concrete and coated wire. It is not apparent why both disinfectants were not effective in decreasing bacteria on all surfaces. However, higher than expected variability in log bacterial counts resulted in an under-powered trial. Although the decreases were not statistically significant, the.
Carbolic soap is a mildly antiseptic soap containing carbolic acid and/or cresylic acid, both of which are phenols derived from either coal tar or petroleum sources. InGerman chemist Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge discovered a phenol, now known as carbolic acid, which he derived in an impure form from coal AugustDr.
Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister applied a piece of lint. Cresylic Acid Market size is expected to foresee significant growth over the projected timespan owing to rising technological innovations in electronics industry and rapid consumer inclination towards purchasing high quality & durable electronics gadgets.
Cresylic acid is widely used in manufacturing electronic circuit boards for gadgets such as laptops, tablet systems, home appliances.
This practice covers procedures for sampling and handling phenol, cresols and cresylic acid in solid and liquid forms, including liquids at elevated temperatures, in a safe manner that represents and preserves quality. In general, this practice also applies to xylenols, and some other alkylated phenolic materials; however.
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depended for their efficacy upon the carbolic or cresylic acid which they contained, and that a direct ratio existed between the efficiency and the quantity present. Now, it must be remembered that the. Inspired by Nature: A diverse range of products, all meeting our stringent commitment to quality.
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D Practice for Sampling and Handling Phenol, Cresols, and Cresylic Acid. D Terminology of Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Related Chemicals.
D Guide for Quality Control and Quality Assurance Procedures for Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Related Materials. E29 Practice for Using Significant Digits in Test Data to Determine Conformance with. Carbolic acid (phenol) is a homologue of cresylic acid.
It is difficult to distinguish between them, the smell and color being so much alike. Carbolic acid has a solubility varying from % at 11° to % at 77° in parts of water. From inside the book.
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It improved the kinetics of agglomeration of the lignite, and it impaired the ash balance. The induction period for phase inversion was about 40 minutes in Run 30 without cresylic acid, but decreased to 6 minutes in with cresylic acid.
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Some of these compounds, being weakly acidic, are responsible for petroleum acidity and include carboxylic acids, cresylic acid, phenols, and naphthenic acids. Oxygen content in crude oils can vary from to wt%. Generally, heavy oils contain larger amounts of oxygen than light oils.
Naphthenic acids can be extracted using dilute Author: Faith Uchenna Babalola, Alfred Akpoveta Susu. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t5ng Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi M-CRESOL Yes Formula C7H8O Synonyms 3-Cresol * m-Cresol (ACGIH:OSHA) * m-Cresole * m-Cresylic acid * 1-Hydroxymethylbenzene * m-Hydroxytoluene * 3-Hydroxytoluene * m-Kresol * m-Methylphenol * 3-Methylphenol * m-Oxytoluene * Phenol, 3-methyl- (9CI) * RCRA waste number U * m-Toluol RTECS Number: GO Section 3 - Hazards File Size: KB.
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cresol [kre´sol] a phenol from coal or wood tar; a mixture of isomeric cresol from coal tar or petroleum is used as a disinfectant and in making synthetic resins. Acute poisoning may result in rapid circulatory collapse; chronic poisoning may produce gastrointestinal symptoms, vertigo, skin rashes, jaundice, and uremia.
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