Definitions for "Phenol"
A white or pinkish crystalline substance, C6H5OH, produced by the destructive distillation of many organic bodies, as wood, coal, etc., and obtained from the heavy oil from coal tar.
Any one of the series of hydroxyl derivatives of which phenol proper is the type.
Fatal poisoning can occur through skin absorbtion. Swelling, pimples, hives and other skin rashes following application to the skin have been widely reported. Potential to be carcinogenic.
A p rimarily a man-made chemical used in the manufacturing of plastics, although it is also naturally found in animal wastes and decomposing organic materials.
a strong chemical solution used to remove deep wrinkles in the skin
chemical sometimes produced in the brewing process, producing a characteristic cooling, medicinal or menthol lightness on the palate
An ingredient used in calamine lotion (1 percent).
Phenol is injected into the nerves or muscles to weaken or paralyze very spastic muscles.
Keywords:  beer, taste, medicinal, lead, types
The types of phenol found in beer can lead to a medicinal taste.
Keywords:  burns, contact, severe, skin, cause
May cause severe burns upon skin contact.