isoeugenol

isoeugenol

[¦ī·sō′yü·jə‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C10H12O2 An oily liquid prepared from eugenol by heating, slightly soluble in water; used in the manufacture of vanillin.
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The National Cancer Institute nominated isoeugenol for a National Toxicology Program (NTP) study because of its structural similarity to several carcinogenic compounds, including safrole, a sassafras-derived flavor banned in 1960.
Evaluation of isoeugenol for anesthesia in koi carp (Cyprinus carpio).
Pyrolysis rearranges guaiacols, catechols, syringols, vanillins, furancarboxaldehydes, isoeugenol, pyrones, acetic acid, formic acid, and other carboxylic acids (Piskorz et al.
Bastaki said the Consumer Materials Laboratory conducts several tests on aromatic products including Visual inspection, Turbidity test, Determination of Essential Oil content, Determination of Ethanol Content, Determination of Methanol in relation to Ethanol content, Determination Propan-1-ol, Determination of Diethyl Phthalate content, Determination of Bitrex content, and Determination of Allergic substances such as Amyl Cinnamal, Benzyl Alcohol, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Citral, Eugenol, Hydroxy-citronellal, Isoeugenol, Amylcin-namyl Alcohol, Benzyl Salicylate, Cinnamal, Coumarin and Geraniol.
05 -- Viridiflorene -- 536 Calacarene -- -- Viridiflorol -- -- Isoeugenol -- -- Muurolol -- -- Essential oil ratio 0.
5% of a map odor counteractant selected from amyl cinnamaldehyde, benzophenone, benzyl benzoate, benzyl isoeugenol, benzyl phenyl acetate, benzyl salicylate, butyl cinnamate, cinnamyl butyrate, cinnamyl isovalerate, cinnamyl propionate, decyl acetate, ethyl myristate, isobutyl cinnamate, isoamyl salicylate, phenethyl benzoate, phenethyl phenyl acetate, triethyl citrate, tripropylene glycol n-butyl ether and combinations thereof; approximately 95% of at least one of an alkali metal inorganic salt and an alkaline-earth metal inorganic salt; 0.
In 1990, Pellmyr and his colleagues reported that fritillary butterflies seek the scent of only one form, probably because of its irresistible methyl anthranilate and isoeugenol.
calamus were 4-terpineol, 2-allyl-5-ethoxy-4-methoxyphenol, epieudesmin, lysidine, spathulenol, borneol, furylethyl ketone, nonanoic acid, 2,2,5,5tetramethyl-3-hexanol, bornyl acetate, galgravin, retusin, (9E,12E,15E)-9,12,15-octadecatrien-l-ol, butyl butanoate, geranyl acetate, sakuranin, acetic acid, camphor, isoelemicin, a-ursolic acid, acetophenone, dehydroabietic acid, isoeugenol methylether, apigenin 4',7-dimethyl ether, dehydrodiisoeugenol, linalool, elemicin, linolenic acid (Balakumbahan et al.
fragrans Houtt has been reported to contain 25-30% fixed oils and 5-15% volatile oils such as camphene, elemicin, eugenol, isoelemicin, isoeugenol, methoxyeugenol, pinene, sabinene, safrol, etc.
Two other derivatives eugenol and isoeugenol inhibit lipid peroxidation and reduce oxidative levels by scavenging hydroxyl radicals (Taira et al.
Such chemicals include hydroxychavicol, chavibetol, piperbetol, arecoline, carvacrol, caryophyllene, piperitol, eugenol, isoeugenol, allyl pyrocatechol, chavicol, safrole, anethole, betasitosterol, beta-sitosteryl palmitate, dotriacontanoic acid, tritriacontane, piperine, piperlonguminine, chavibetol acetate, estragole, piperols A and B, and pyrocatechol diacetate (Zeng et al.
93-15-2), structure shown in Figure 1] is a member of a family of chemicals known as allyl alkoxybenzenes, which include other naturally occurring materials such as isoeugenol, eugenol, estragole, and safrole.