Phenol reactions

Phenol reactions

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Caption: Phenol reactions. Phenol (carbolic acid, C6H5OH) dissolved in water (H2O, left), forming a milky solution. An alkali is added (centre), which neutralises the solution. It is then acidified (right) forming a milky solution again. Phenol is used in the manufacture of nylon, dyes and explosives.

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Keywords: acid, alkali, apparatus, c6h5oh, carbolic acid, chemical, chemicals, chemistry, experiment, glassware, liquid, liquids, milky, opaque, phenol, phenol reactions, reaction, school, suspension, test tubes, tube, water

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