anisole


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an·is·ole

(an'i-sōl),
Agent obtained from anisic acid; used in perfumery.
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Grand View Research has segmented the global anisole market on the basis of application and region:
The ratio of monomer to anisole at the different stages of the reaction was measured by GC to calculate monomer conversion throughout the reaction.
15% of Butylated Hydroxyl Anisole (BHA) was applied to a separate 200g of meat and this served as positive control.
0 ND ND ND 3-Octanol 547 197 1,063 137 3-Octanone 8,952 6,314 9,039 5,506 5-Methyl-3-heptanone ND ND ND ND Anisole 9,221 1,357 ND 1,245 Borneol ND 509 1,011 699 Dimethyl disulfide 225 275 175 214 Ethyl isobutyrate ND ND ND ND Fenchone ND ND 294 109 Geosmin ND ND ND ND Isopropyl acetate 1,106 2,914 1,471 503 Thujopsene ND ND ND ND [alpha]-Terpineol 1,172 794 1,199 1,088 Total Microbial VOCs 26,119 13,479 18,144 11,041 (TMVOCs) ND = Not detected
Butylated hydroxy toluene (BHT) or butylated hydroxy anisole (BHA) are preservatives that prevent the oils in the product from going rancid.
Subsequently, the peptide was treated with HF containing p-thiocresol, m-cresol, dimethyl sulfide, and anisole for 1.
99) with respect to the Lorentz-Lorentz function of the refractive index of the solvent mixture for ethyl acetate - chlorobenzene and ether - anisole mixtures.
The official record of the fire shows the chemicals involved were Diamino Anisole and Dinitro Anisole, both of which give off toxic fumes when heated and can cause cancer.
Anisole (4) gave a mixture of 2-nitro and 4-nitro anisole; in HN[O.
Anisole consists of a hexagonal ring of carbon atoms with a small molecular tail attached to one corner.
GENERAL ANISOLE DESCRIPTION, COMPOSITION, INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS, HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION, HANDLING AND STORAGE, TOXICOLOGICAL & ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION, TRANSPORT INFORMATION