menthyl


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menthyl

[′men·thəl]
(organic chemistry)
C10H19 A univalent radical that is derived from menthol by removal of the hydroxyl group.
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Menthyl bromide has been in use in Malawi for more than 15 years with about 90% being used in the tobacco estate nurseries to kill weeds and diseases which limit yields.
menthyl salicylate, benzyl salicylate, and 2-ethylhexyl salicylate; Figure 1B).
The first copolymer contains the atropisomeric units of BN and the second one chiral menthyl groups in the side chains.
Compared with the other samples, the content of limonene (3%) and 1,8-cineole (5%) was higher and the content of menthyl acetate (1%) was lower in this sample.
5] w/w) while menthone, menthyl acetate and cineole were considerable less active than peppermint oil.
80 menthyl PCA (and) dipropylene glycol) Phase C Passion Guava (Lebermuth) 0.
Procedure: Mix first three ingredients until the menthyl lactate is dissolved.
The correct drug name is dioxybenzene (not dioxybenzone II); the correct drug name for octyl methoxycinnamate is octinoxate; the correct drug name for menthyl anthranilate is Meradimate; the correct drug name for phenylbenzimidazole sulfonic acid is ensulizone.
Heather Eyre of Ashford, UK-based Quest International reported recent findings on a process used to prove the mosquito repellency of menthyl pyrrolidone carboxylate (MPC) in the presentation, "New method for testing mosquito repellency: highlighting a new benefit for an existing ingredient.
Neo Heliopan MA INCI: menthyl anthranilate Use levels: 3.