phenolated

phenolated

[feen-l-ey-tid]
adjective Chemistry.
containing phenol; carbolated.

Origin:
1920–25; phenol + -ate1 + -ed2

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phenolate

[feen-l-eyt]
noun
1.
Also called phenoxide. a salt of phenol, as sodium phenolate, C 6 H 5 ONa.
verb (used with object), phenolated, phenolating.
2.
to treat, impregnate, or disinfect with phenol; carbolize.

Origin:
1880–85; phenol + -ate2, -ate1

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phenolate (ˈfiːnəˌleɪt)
 
vb
1.  (tr) Also: carbolize to treat or disinfect with phenol
 
n
2.  another name (not in technical usage) for phenoxide

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phenolate phe·no·late (fē'nə-lāt')
n.
A salt of phenol. Also called phenoxide.

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