Phenylene
Phenylene Phe"nyl*ene, n. (Chem.) A hypothetic radical ({C6H4}) occurring in certain derivatives of benzene; as, phenylene diamine. [1913 Webster]

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  • phenylene — phen·yl·ene fen əl .ēn n any of three bivalent radicals C6H4 derived from benzene by removal of two hydrogen atoms from the ortho, meta, or para positions * * * phe·ny·lene (fenґə lēn) a divalent radical, C6H4 …   Medical dictionary

  • phenylene — phenyl·ene …   English syllables

  • phenylene — phen•yl•ene [[t]ˈfɛn lˌin, ˈfin [/t]] n. chem. any of three bivalent isomeric groups having the formula C6H4 • Etymology: 1885–90 …   From formal English to slang

  • phenylene — /ˈfɛnəlin/ (say fenuhleen), /ˈfinə / (say feenuh ) noun a bivalent organic group, C6H4, formally derived from benzene by removal of two of its hydrogen atoms …   Australian English dictionary

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