from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A white crystalline powder, C13H10O3, derived from salicylic acid and used in the manufacture of plastics and suntan oils and medicinally as an analgesic and antipyretic.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Phenyl salicylate, C6H4.OHCO2.C6H5, a salicylic ether forming odorless crystals.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Chem.) A white crystalline substance consisting of phenol salicylate.
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- noun chemistry
Phenyl salicylate; a, odorless, tasteless, white crystalline powder, nearly insolublein water, but solublein chloroform, ether, oils, and certain concentrations of alcohol, which is split up in the intestinesinto salicylic acidand phenol, and which is used for certain medicinal purposes.
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- noun a white powder with a pleasant taste and odor; used to absorb light in sun tan lotions or as a preservative or an antiseptic or a coating for pills in which the medicine is intended for enteric release
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Intestinal antiseptics, such as salol, thymol, and sodium salicylate, are valuable in cases probably due to intestinal toxins.
CO. O.C_6H_5 is sulphonated, a product is obtained which is easily soluble in water, but which is identified as a mixture of the sulphonation products of salicylic acid and phenol, the salol being dissociated on sulphonation.
The following formula is quite useful in checking diarrhoea: salol one-half ounce, bismuth subnitrate one ounce, and bicarbonate of soda two ounces.
It is advisable in most cases to follow this with the following mixture: bicarbonate of soda one ounce, bismuth subnitrate one-half ounce, and salol one-quarter ounce.
The following mixture may be given: potassium chlorate two ounces, salol one-half ounce, and powdered nux vomica one ounce.
Portions of the gum solutions were mixed with small quantities of menthol, thymol, salol, and saccharin in alkaline solution, also with boric acid, sodium phosphate, and potash alum in aqueous solution.
At this period no internal medication was given, but three days previous to the usual onset of the disease I prescribed phenacetin and salol, five grains of each three times a day.
Among the most popular coal tar derivatives I might mention anti-kamnia, salol-phenacetine, anti-pyrine and salicylate of soda.
Intestinal disinfectants, particularly calomel, salol, and salicylic acid, have been recommended, and mild, antiseptic mouth washes are advisable.
The resulting cavity may be injected daily with a weak carbolic-acid lotion, or salol may be introduced.