A colorless to yellowish oily fluid containing phenols and creosols, gotten by the destructive distillation of wood-tar, specially from wood of a beech, and formerly utilized as an expectorant in treating persistent bronchitis.
A yellowish to greenish-brown oily liquid containing phenols and creosols, gotten from coal-tar and used as a wood preservative and disinfectant. It can cause severe neurological disturbances if inhaled in strong concentrations.
A pale yellow greasy liquid, containing phenols and similar substances, acquired by the destructive distillation of wood tar, as soon as utilized medicinally.
an equivalent brown liquid acquired from coal-tar used as a wood preservative.
The creosote bush.
Wood-tar oil; an oily antiseptic fluid, of a burning smoky taste, colorless whenever pure, but typically colored yellowish or brown by impurity or publicity. Its a complex blend of different phenols and their particular ethers, and is acquired by the distillation of wood tar, specifically that beechwood.
A substance very first ready from wood-tar, where it's divided by consistent option in potash, treatment with acids, and distillation.
a dark oily liquid acquired by distillation of coal-tar; utilized as a preservative for lumber
a colorless or yellow greasy fluid gotten by distillation of wood tar; utilized as an antiseptic