Definition of resitol in English:

resitol

noun

Chemistry
  • A rubbery, insoluble synthetic resin produced during phenol–aldehyde copolymerizations at a stage intermediate between resol and resite.

Origin

Early 20th century. From German Resitol, blend of Resit and Resol.

Pronunciation

resitol

/ˈrɛzɪtɒl/