- containing the benzoyl group.
- the benzoyl group.
Origin of benzoyl
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It must not be confounded with benzine or benzoyl, which names have at different times been used for benzene.
The light oil contains the most hydride of benzoyl, and the heavy oil the most benzoin.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II
Injections of Nastin together with Benzoyl Chloride directly act on the lepra bacilli.
It can be made synthetically by the reaction of ecgonin-methyl-ester with benzoyl chloride.
The best method of separating putrescine is the benzoyl chloride method already given.
- (modifier) of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group C 6 H 5 CO-benzoyl group or radical Systematic name: benzenecarbonyl
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- The univalent radical C6H5ICO- derived from benzoic acid.
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- The radical C6H5CO, derived from benzoic acid.
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