Definition of Propylic

1. a. Pertaining to, derived from, or containing, propyl; as, propylic alcohol.



Definition of Propylic

1. Adjective. (organic chemistry) propyl (attributive) ¹

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Definition of Propylic

1. propyl [adj] - See also: propyl

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Propylic

propyla
propylaea
propylaeum
propylaeums
propylamine
propylamines
propylammonium
propylammoniums
propylbenzene
propylbenzenes
propylene
propylene glycol
propylene oxide
propylenes
propylhexedrine
propylic (current term)
propylidene
propylidenes
propylite
propylites
propylitization
propylitizations
propylketobemidone
propylon
propylons
propyls
propylthiouracil
propyne
propyphenazone
propædeutic

Literary usage of Propylic

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1. A Manual of elementary chemistry by George Fownes (1866)
"We prefer the name propylic alcohol, or hydrated oxide of prop3'l. propylic alcohol is very soluble in water, but does not dissolve in that liquid in all ..."

2. A Handbook of Organic Chemistry: For the Use of Students by William Gregory (1856)
"Oxide of Propyle, or propylic Ether, Co H^O. This oxide is analogous to that of ... The propylic alcohol is purified by rectification. It is a volatile, ..."

3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1864)
"... being employed to effect this : — From ethylamine it is easy to get cyanide of ethyl, from which, by a third repetition, we arrive at the propylic stage ..."

4. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1855)
"... a milky water covered with yellow oil, becoming clear as it cools, and gradually depositing bitter almond <.•:!. It now remains to separate the propylic ..."

5. Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science (1869)
"... a very lair proportion of propylic. of trying to separate these alcohols by a fractional distillation, which never yields satisfactory results, ..."

6. The Chemistry of Common Life by James Finlay Weir Johnston, Arthur Herbert Church (1891)
"Grape and cognac oils.—Pine-apple oil.—Hungarian wine-oil, and other artificial fragrances.—Caprylic ethers. —The flavour of whisky.— propylic ethers. ..."

7. Lecture Notes for Chemical Students by Edward Frankland (1872)
"Relations of Glycerin to propylic Glycol. ... is identical with monochlorinated propylic glycol:— ..."

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