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 anthranilate is the only liquid UVA sunscreen agent that has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) so far, which has facilitated its processing into all kinds of cosmetic formulations.
The chief components of oil are menthone (11-46%), menthol (2-40%), isomenthone (1-16%), menthyl acetate (0.3-9%), pulegone (0.1-13%), piperidone (1-6%), limonene (1-6%), 1,8-cineole (0.4-6%), etc.
Quantitatively, menthone, isomenthone, menthyl acetate and limonene were the most important of all the components identified.
Kuhn, "A chiral menthyl cyclopentadienyl molybdenum tricarbonyl chloro complex: synthesis, heterogenization on MCM-41/MCM-48 and application in olefin epoxidation catalysis," Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, vol.691, pp.3137-3145, 2006.
It contains menthol, menthyl acetate, menthone, isovalerate, cineol, pinene and limonene.
The menthyl ester, menthyl salicylate,which is used in suntan lotions, is formed with menthol.
Menthol oil also contains menthone and menthyl esters.
En sik "Menthyl antranilate" kullanilir (10,11,18).
The chief components of oil include menthol (30(35)-55%), menthone (14-20(32)%), 1,8-cineole (6-8(14)%), isomenthone (2-3(10)%), menthyl acetate (3-5%), neomenthol (2.5-3.5%), menthofurane (1(2)-7(9)%), limonene (1-5%), etc.
Environmentalists are calling for the ban of menthyl bromide which has traditionally been used by tobacco farmers to kill weeds and prevent diseases that affect the crop.