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  • n. Any of several nitro derivatives of phenol that are used as parasiticides

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Any one of three compounds, HOC6H4NO2, distinguished as ortho- or 1,2, meta- or 1, 3, and para- or 1, 4.

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  • Arinc, E.; Aydan, A.: Lung microsomal p-nitrophenol hydroxylase - charac - terization and reconstitution of its activity.

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  • Lee, H.; Trevors, J.T.: The role of the Sphingomonas species UG30 pentachlorophenol-4-monooxygen - ase in p-nitrophenol degradation.

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  • Purification and characterization of a bacterial nitro - phenol oxygenase which converts ortho-nitrophenol to catechol and nitrite.

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  • - Chaát kích thích sinh tröôûng thöïc vaät, chaát dieät coû 2,4-D, chaát dieät naám moác (nitrophenol), Bai thi UDCNTT Ha Hoang Phuong Anh 18

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  • (2 min, complete inactivation in absence of o-nitrophenol, 2 - nitrophenol above 0.2 mM prevents heat inactivation [2]) [2] General stability information,

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