How Do You Spell ENOL?
Enol is a commonly used term in organic chemistry and refers to a type of organic compound that contains a functional group composed of an oxygen atom and a carbon-carbon double bond. The word enol is spelled using the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) transcription as /ˈiːnɒl/. The initial "e" sound is pronounced as a long "ee" sound, followed by a short "n" sound. The "o" sound is pronounced like the "o" in "lot", and the final "l" sound is pronounced like the "l" in "bell".