But the fungicide, voronate, phenol and possibly ethyl acetate were among the chemicals of greatest concern to the marine environment.
He cited examples of two key raw materials namely phenol and aniline, which are required to manufacture leather chemicals, pigments, dyestuff and rubber chemicals.
Industrially, benzene is used in the manufacture of nylon, phenol , styrene (and by polymerization polystyrene), and cyclohexane.
Alternatively, low percentages of chemicals such as phenol , menthol, and camphor can be added to moisturizing lotions for added anti-itch benefit.
Believing that not all samples of aniline oil worked consistently, Ziehl substituted phenol (carbolic acid) in its place.
Varnishes may be based on phenolic , alkyd, epoxy or polyurethane resins.
In general, alkalis do not react with alcohols, but they do react with phenolic compounds.
Furfural reacts with phenols , ketones, and esters as an aldehyde; removal of the aldehyde group yields furan, which is converted to tetrahydrofuran, used in the manufacture of nylon.
The diazonium salt can also be reacted and joined to phenolic groups and amines to give azo compounds.
Soy protein is inexpensive and renewable, but it lacks the unique amino acid with phenolic hydroxyl groups that provide adhesive properties.