Definitions for "Phenolics"
tannins are in the phenol chemical group. Phenols (tannins) in wine give it the bitter or astringent taste.
Bitter compounds found in the skins, seeds and stems of the grape.
Alarge group of compounds found mainly in the skins and seeds of the grape. They include the flavonoids, anthocyanins and tannins. During the ageing process of wines many of these are precipitated out. Evidence suggests that red wine will offer greater protection against heart disease than white wine due to its' higher concentration of phenolics.
cast and molded plastics of the 1920's. Bakelite is an example.
Opaque thermoset plastics that are resistant to solvents and water.
a synthetic resin produced by the condensation of an aromatic alcohol with an aldehyde in base