benzenoid

[ben-zuh-noid]Chemistry
noun
  1. any benzene compound.

Origin of benzenoid

First recorded in 1885–90; benzene + -oid
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Examples from the Web for benzenoid

Historical Examples of benzenoid

  • It will be understood in future that a phenol is a hydroxy-derivative of a benzenoid hydrocarbon.

    Coal

    Raphael Meldola

  • Similarly all amido-derivatives of a benzenoid character can be “diazotised.”

    Coal

    Raphael Meldola

  • These oxygen derivatives of benzenoid hydrocarbons form a special group of compounds known as quinones.

    Coal

    Raphael Meldola

  • We are still without any evidence as to the possible transition of the hexoses to benzenoid compounds.