phenoxide

[ fi-nok-sahyd ]
/ fɪˈnɒk saɪd /

noun Chemistry.

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Origin of phenoxide

First recorded in 1885–90; phen- + oxide
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British Dictionary definitions for phenoxide

phenoxide
/ (fɪˈnɒksaɪd) /

noun

any of a class of salts of phenol. They contain the ion C 6 H 5 O Also called: phenolate
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Medical definitions for phenoxide

phenoxide
[ fĭ-nŏksīd′ ]

n.

phenolate
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