Isoeugenol is a pale yellow oily liquid with a spice-clove odor. Occurs in ylang-ylang oil and other essential oils.
Isoeugenol is a phenylpropanoid that is an isomer of eugenol and KOH. It derives from a guaiacol.
|Synonyms||4-Propenylguaiacol | 2-Methoxy-4-propenylphenol | trans-Isoeugenol|
Application & Uses
- Used as inhibitors of lipid peroxidation and as free radicals scavenger.
- Used in manufacture of vanillin; perfumes; flavoring; fragrance in perfumery, over-the-counter medicines, dental materials, foods; some perfumery uses (soap gardenia; coffee; Abronia; tuberose; jonquil); natural occurrence (nutmeg oil).
- Used in carnation, rose, lilac, yilan and other floral flavor as a deodorant
Features & Benefits
|Appearance||Pale yellow oily liquid|
- Drum, 180kg net each
GHS Hazard Statements
- flammable materials should be stored in a separate safety storage cabinet or room
- ground all equipment containing material
- keep away from heat
- keep away from sources of ignition
- keep container tightly closed
- keep in a cool, well-ventilated place
|GHS Hazard Statements|
|Response||P302+P352 P333+P313 P362+P364|
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