cardanol

cardanol
\\ˈkärdənˌȯl, -ōl\ noun (-s)
Etymology: card- (from New Latin Anacardium, genus name of Anacardium occidentale) + -an + -ol
: a nonvesicant oily liquid that is composed chiefly of monohydroxy phenols, obtained from cashew nutshell liquid or anacardic acid, and used especially in making phenolic resins

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  • anacardic acid — |anə|kärdik noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary anacardic (from New Latin Anacardium + International Scientific Vocabulary ic) + acid; originally formed as German anakardsäure : a brown crystalline vesicant phenolic acid found a …   Useful english dictionary

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