phenyl

[fen-l, feen-l]
adjective Chemistry.
containing the phenyl group.

Origin:
1840–50; phen- + -yl

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phenyl (ˈfiːnaɪl, ˈfɛnɪl)
 
n
(modifier) of, containing, or consisting of the monovalent group C6H5, derived from benzene: a phenyl group or radical

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phenyl phen·yl (fen'il)
n.

Abbr. (Ph) the univalent radical of phenol;

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phenyl   (fěn'əl, fē'nəl)  Pronunciation Key 
The radical C6H5, derived from benzene by the removal of one hydrogen atom.
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Lignin is a complex highly crosslinked array of phenyl propylene units that has its biosynthetic origin in phenylalanine.
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