Definition of Cyclohexanol

1. Noun. A colorless oily alcohol that smells like camphor.

Generic synonyms: Alcohol



Definition of Cyclohexanol

1. Noun. (organic compound) The alicyclic alcohol derived from cyclohexane by replacement of a hydrogen atom with a hydroxyl group ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cyclohexanol

cycloheptenones
cycloheptylamine
cyclohexaamylose
cyclohexadiene
cyclohexadienedione
cyclohexadienediones
cyclohexadienyl dehydratase
cyclohexamantane
cyclohexamide
cyclohexane
cyclohexanehexone
cyclohexanes
cyclohexanesulfamic acid
cyclohexannulated
cyclohexannulation
cyclohexanol (current term)
cyclohexanol phthalate
cyclohexanols
cyclohexanone
cyclohexanone oxygenase
cyclohexanones
cyclohexaphane
cyclohexaphanes
cyclohexatriene
cyclohexene
cyclohexenes
cyclohexenone
cyclohexenones
cycloheximide
cycloheximides

Literary usage of Cyclohexanol

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1. Solubilities of Inorganic and Organic Compounds: A Compilation of by Atherton Seidell (1919)
"RECIPROCAL SOLUBILITY OF cyclohexanol AND WATER, DETERM;NED BY THE FREEZING-POINT METHOD. (de Forcrand, : t° of Solidification. per 100 Gnu. t° of ..."

2. The Chemistry of the Non-benzenoid Hydrocarbons and Their Simple Derivatives by Benjamin Talbott Brooks (1922)
"When cyclohexanol is passed over copper, with a little air, at 280° cyclohexanone "The use of cyclohexanol in soap is said to ..."

3. Catalytic Hydrogenation and Reduction by Edward Bradford Maxted (1919)
"Phenol vapour, passed, together with hydrogen, over nickel at 200-300° C. is reduced to cyclohexanol, which by loss of hydrogen passes into cyclohexanone.1 ..."

4. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1915)
"Twenty- seven grams of cyclohexanol were mixed with one-fiftieth its weight of iodine, and the product heated in a distilling flask (the neck of which was ..."

5. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1904)
"Direct Preparation of cyclohexanol and Cyclo- hexanone from Phenol.—Paul Sabatier and J. В. Senderens.—The authors prepare cyclohexanol and cyclo- hexanone ..."

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