Definition of Octanol

1. Noun. (organic compound) Any of many isomers of the saturated aliphatic alcohol having eight carbon atoms, but especially the simple primary alcohol ''n-octanol''; its esters are used in perfumery ¹



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Definition of Octanol

1. an alcohol [n -S] - See also: alcohol

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Octanol

octane
octane number
octane numbers
octane rating
octanedioic acid
octanedione
octanes
octangle
octangles
octangular
octangularly
octanoate
octanoates
octanoic
octanoic acid
octanol (current term)
octanols
octanose
octanoses
octanoyl
octanoyl-CoA synthetase
octanoyls
octantal
octants
octaoxide
octaoxides
octapartite
octapeptide
octapeptides

Literary usage of Octanol

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1912)
"4-Methyl-4-octanol ... iodide and 2-hexanone it was observed that by a slight variation in procedure, either 4-methyl- octanol (the expected product) or ..."

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