Definition of anthranol
: an unstable brown-yellow alkali-soluble fluorescent solid phenol C14H9OH formed from anthrone by alkaline treatment and changing to anthrone on standing —called also 9-anthrol
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Origin and Etymology of anthranol
International Scientific Vocabulary anthracene + -ol
First Known Use: 1869See Words from the same year
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