The first of these is benzyl chloride, the second benzal chloride, and the third benzotrichloride or phenyl chloroform.
He is much excited during this semi-sleeping state, and repeats continually, "phenyl, phenyl."
phenyl derivatives of simple amines are sometimes found in plants.
Another portion of the solution gave a slight precipitate with phenyl hydrazine in the cold.
For example, glucose reacts with phenyl hydrazine in acetic acid solution, in two stages.
Aniline is sometimes so named on account of its relation to the phenyl series.
phenyl phen·yl (fen'il)
Abbr. (Ph) the univalent radical of phenol;