Definition of Carbinols

1. Noun. (plural of carbinol) ¹



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Definition of Carbinols

1. carbinol [n] - See also: carbinol

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carbinols

carbide planets
carbides
carbidopa
carbies
carbimazole
carbimide
carbinamine
carbinamines
carbine
carbineer
carbineers
carbines
carbinol
carbinolamine
carbinolamines
carbinols (current term)
carbinoxamine
carbinoxamine maleate
carbinyl
carbinyls
carbo
carbo-
carbo loading
carboalumination
carboard
carboarded
carboarding
carboards
carbobenzoxy
carboborite

Literary usage of Carbinols

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1. On the Behavior of Benzoyl Carbinol Towards Alkalies and Oxidizing Agents by William Lloyd Evans (1906)
"carbinols, which are not tautomeric compounds. Furthermore, the conversion of benzoyl or acetyl carbinol into r-man- delic or r-lactic aldehyde by ..."

2. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Allen Miller (1880)
"COOH (etheric acids), however, like the ethers formed by displacing the hydrogen in the OH group of the carbinols by hydrocarbon radicles, are scarcely ..."

3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1915)
"The distinctive behavior of these two carbinols is best explained, ... The existence of two desmo- tropic carbinols in equilibrium with each other implies, ..."

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