tri|cres|yl phosphate

tri|cres|yl phosphate
tri|cres|yl phosphate «try KREHS uhl»,
a mixture of isomers derived from cresol and phosphorous oxychloride, used especially as a gasoline additive and plasticizer. Formula: (CH3C6H4O)3PO Abbr: TCP (no periods).

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