Definition of Hydroxylic

1. Adjective. (chemistry) Of, pertaining to, or containing hydroxyl groups ¹



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Definition of Hydroxylic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydroxylic

hydroxylammonium
hydroxylapatite
hydroxylapatites
hydroxylase
hydroxylases
hydroxylate
hydroxylated
hydroxylates
hydroxylating
hydroxylation
hydroxylations
hydroxylclinohumite
hydroxyleucine
hydroxylherderite
hydroxylian
hydroxylic (current term)
hydroxylic acid
hydroxyls
hydroxylysine
hydroxylysines
hydroxymandelonitrile lyase
hydroxymercuribenzoates
hydroxymethyl
hydroxymethyl and formyl transferases
hydroxymethylated
hydroxymethylation
hydroxymethylbilane synthase
hydroxymethylcytosine
hydroxymethylcytosines
hydroxymethyldeoxyuridinemonophosphate kinase

Literary usage of Hydroxylic

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1. A Concise History of Chemistry by Thomas Percy Hilditch (1911)
"Oxygen Derivatives: (a) hydroxylic Compounds —The chief synthetic methods for the most important class of hydroxyl derivatives, the alcohols, ..."

2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1908)
"Class of oxygen linkage. Etheric oxygen Class of substance. Ethers, RORi MHC (cals.). hydroxylic oxygen Ketonic oxygen . ..."

3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1908)
"Mgl Indeed, any compound containing a hydroxyl group behaves in this manner, this property of hydroxylic compounds having been recommended both as a means ..."

4. The Chemistry of Pharmacy by Reinhold Rother (1888)
"It is seen from the formula of nitrous acid that its hydroxylic oxygen stands in ... But, if only the hydroxylic hydrogen of nitric acid is replaced by such ..."

5. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"Diaryl ketones are produced by this reaction in a variety of solvents, but hydroxylic solvents are generally to be avoided because larger amounts of benzoic ..."

6. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1902)
"(/) In some cases the changes could be most easily explained by the supposition that non-hydroxylic hydrogen atoms are simply withdrawn, as for example in ..."

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