Owing to the structure of the naphthalene molecule there are two isomeric naphthols, whereas there is only one phenol.
A crystalline substance, isomeric with ordinary camphor, which deposits from oil of cloves in needles.
An example of this is found in the case of the isomeric benzaldoximes (p. 203).
It is isomeric with etherole, and received its name from the assumption of its being the base of the ethereal compounds.
It forms with acids two classes of isomeric salts, some of which are of a green color, and the others violet-red or amethyst.
Below the temperatures G and H, isomeric transformation does not occur in measurable time.
Many substitution derivatives are known: the monosubstitution derivatives being capable of existing in three isomeric forms.
In presence of a trace of this substance, isomeric transformation very speedily occurs, and leads to the condition of equilibrium.
There are also isomeric quinones of the naphthalene series known as naphthaquinones.
For other examples of the application of the Phase Rule to isomeric substances, see Journ.