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Item: 2 nitrophenol

URI: http://environment.data.gov.au/def/object/nitrophenol_2

Nitrophenols are a family of nitrated phenols with the formula HOC6H4NO2. o-Nitrophenol (1-hydroxy-2-nitrobenzene; OH and NO2 groups are neighboring; CAS number: 88-75-5) is one of three isomers.

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submitted bySimon Cox (email)
accepted on 16 Feb 2016 04:55:55.910

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date accepted 16 Feb 2016 04:55:55.910
date submitted 16 Feb 2016 04:55:49.002
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description Nitrophenols are a family of nitrated phenols with the formula HOC6H4NO2. o-Nitrophenol (1-hydroxy-2-nitrobenzene; OH and NO2 groups are neighboring; CAS number: 88-75-5) is one of three isomers.
item class Substance | Concept | substance or taxon
label 2-nitrophenol
notation nitrophenol_2
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status status stable
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account name simon.cox@csiro.au
name Simon Cox (email)

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Definition

alt label 1-hydroxy-2-nitrobenzene | o-nitrophenol
broader organic chemicals
broader transitive chemicals | main group molecular entity | p-block molecular entity | molecular entity | carbon group molecular entity
cas number 88-75-5
definition Nitrophenols are a family of nitrated phenols with the formula HOC6H4NO2. o-Nitrophenol (1-hydroxy-2-nitrobenzene; OH and NO2 groups are neighboring; CAS number: 88-75-5) is one of three isomers.
description Nitrophenols are a family of nitrated phenols with the formula HOC6H4NO2. o-Nitrophenol (1-hydroxy-2-nitrobenzene; OH and NO2 groups are neighboring; CAS number: 88-75-5) is one of three isomers.
label 2-nitrophenol
narrow match cHEBI 57703 | cHEBI 16260
notation C6H5NO3
pref label 2-nitrophenol
related carbon | oxygen | hydrogen | nitrogen
source eReefs
type Substance | substance or taxon | Concept