anisole

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anisole

[′an·ə‚sōl]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5OCH3 A colorless liquid that is soluble in ether and alcohol, insoluble in water; boiling point is 155°C; vapors are highly toxic; used as a solvent and in perfumery.
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Anisole, 4-MA, 2,4-xylenol, and 2-PE have much lower vapor pressures at 443 K and have DBEs of 4, causing PMI to increase.
The MBT spark advance for DMF and anisole blends was 20[degrees] BTDC, as indicated by the peak NMEP.
Studies of anisole pyrolysis show that its decomposition proceeds through homolysis of the O-C[H.
Barrels are a small part of the source of anisoles.