phen·ox·ide noun \fi-ˈnäk-ˌsīd\
: a salt of a phenol especially in its capacity as a weak acid
First Known Use of PHENOXIDE
phen·ox·ide noun \fi-ˈnäk-ˌsīd\ (Medical Dictionary)
: a salt of a phenol especially in its capacity as a weak acid—called also phenate, phenolate
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