4-Phenylphenol - 4-Phenylphenol
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white solid with a phenolic odor 
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|Molar mass||170.21 g · mol −1 |
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|As far as possible and customary, SI units are used. Unless otherwise noted, the data given apply to standard conditions .|
4-Phenylphenol is a colorless solid from the group of phenols .
Extraction and presentation
4-Phenylphenol is a flammable, hardly inflammable, white, flaky solid with a phenol-like odor, which is very sparingly soluble in water. 
4-Phenylphenol was used in the synthesis of a new polyphosphazene polyelectrolyte as a dispersant of single-walled carbon nanotubes in water.  It is also used as a stabilizer for halogenated isoprene / isobutylene rubbers. 
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