Concept

Biphenol

Summary
In organic chemistry, a biphenol refers to compounds with the formula (C6H4OH)2. Such compounds formally result from the coupling of two phenols. Three symmetrical isomers of biphenol exist: *2,2'-Biphenol (RN 1806-29-7) m.p. 109 °C *3,3'-Biphenol (RN 612-76-0) m.p. 124.8 °C *4,4'-Biphenol (RN 92-88-6) m.p. 283 °C Additionally, three unsymmetrical isomers of biphenol exist: *2,3'-Biphenol (RN 31835-45-7) *2,4'-Biphenol (RN 611-62-1) m.p. 162-163 °C *3,4'-Biphenol (RN 18855-13-5) m.p. 190 °C
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