Mustard Oils


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Mustard Oils

 

esters of isothiocyanic acid (isothio-cyanates) R—N═C═S (where R is the hydrocarbon radical); liquids with a very pungent odor. Many mustard oils are found in nature; allyl isothiocyanate, CH2═CHCH2 NCS, is a component of the essential oil of black mustard seeds.

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