Medical Definition of Phenol coefficient

1. A figure expressing the disinfecting power of any substance; it is obtained by dividing the figure indicating the degree of dilution of the disinfectant that kills a microorganism in a given time by that indicating the degree of dilution of phenol which kills the organism in the same space of time under similar conditions. Synonym: hygienic laboratory coefficient, phenol coefficient. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phenol Coefficient

phenobarbitones
phenobarbs
phenobutiodil
phenocopied
phenocopies
phenocopy
phenocopying
phenocryst
phenocrystic
phenocrysts
phenodin
phenogam
phenogamia
phenogams
phenol
phenol coefficient (current term)
phenol glucuronosyltransferase
phenol oxidase
phenol red
phenolaemia
phenolase
phenolases
phenolate
phenolated
phenolates
phenolating
phenolic
phenolic plastic
phenolic resin
phenolic urea

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