Xylol

A commercial preparation of xylenes. Symbol C6H4(CH3)2 Also known as Dimethylbenzenes
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Xylol

Xy'lol noun [ Xyl o- + Latin ol eum oil.] (Chemistry) Same as Xylene .
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Xylol

• (n.) Same as Xylene.
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Xylol

Xylol is a solvent obtained by the distillation of coal-tar. It is less inflammable and evaporates more slowly than toluol, but evaporates more quickly than white spirit.
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xylol

Type: Term Pronunciation: zī′lol Definitions: 1. A volatile liquid obtained from coal tar, having physical and chemical properties similar to those of benzene; it occurs as three isomers; m-, o-, and p-xylol; used as a solvent, in the manufacture of chemicals and synthetic fibers, and in histology as a clearing agent. Synonyms: dimethylb...
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