benzophenone


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benzophenone

[¦ben·zō·fə′nōn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5COC6H6 A diphenyl ketone, boiling point 305.9°C, occurring in four polymorphic forms (α, β, γ, and δ) each with different melting point; used as a constituent of synthetic perfumes and as a chemical intermediate. Also known as diphenyl ketone; phenyl ketone.
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We are recommending that men who use sunscreen wash their faces and hands when they come out of the sun and try to reduce use of products that contain benzophenone.
Benzophenones, chemical ultraviolet light absorbers used in products ranging from sunscreens and hair sprays to plastic lens filters for color photography, have been named the American Contact Dermatitis Society's 2014 Contact Allergen of the Year.
Identification of benzophenone C-glucosides from mango tree leaves and their inhibitory effect on triglyceride accumulation in 3T3-L1 adipocytes.
1] originating from C--0 stretching vibration in benzophenone are also observed (Fig.
Benzophenone is believed to mimic the female sex hormone oestrogen and has been linked to skin reactions in previous studies.
Products 10407 and 10478 contain hindered amine light stabilizers and offer equivalent protection at lower concentrations than traditional absorbers such as benzophenones and nickel-based products.
Polymeric photoinitiators containing in-chain benzophenone and coinitiators amine: Effect of the structure of coinitiator amine on photopolymerization.
GarCitrin is a patented natural extract combining the weight management benefits of hydroxycitric acid (HCA) with the bioavailability-enhancing effects of garcinol, a polyisoprenylated benzophenone isolated from Garcinia cambogia and Garcinia indica.
Print production will use Benzophenone free, low-odour printing inks, suited for both food and pharmaceutical packaging requirements.
March 9 - The European Commission has set a maximum level for food packaging printed with inks containing 4-Methylbenzophenone or Benzophenone after it was found the potentially cancerous chemical was being used on some breakfast cereal boxes.
In particular, avoid: parabens (butyl-, methyl-, and propyl-), PABAs (para-aminobenzoic acid), padimate-O or parsol 1789, and benzophenone, homosalate or octy-methoxycinnamate (octinoxate).
Many contained potentially harmful chemicals like Benzophenone, homosalate and octyl methoxycinnamate (also called octinoxate), which are known to mimic naturally occurring bodily hormones and can thus throw the body's systems out of whack.