Eugenol Acetate occurs in clove oil, together with eugenol. It is a crystalline solid (mp 29°C) or yellowish liquid with a slightly fruity, clove odor.
Eugenol Acetate can be made by acetylation of eugenol with acetic anhydride.
|Synonyms||EUGENYL ACETATE | Acetyleugenol | Acetyl eugenol|
Application & Uses
- Mainly used for the preparation of vanilla, berry and mixed spices and other flavors
- Used to replace or with eugenol for flavor
- Used in a small amount in fruity food flavor
- As a deodorant for clove, carnation and other daily flavor
|Appearance||Crystalline solid (mp 29°C) or yellowish liquid|
|Content, %||98 min|
- Drum, 25kg net each
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- preserve in well-closed, light-resistant and airtight containers.
- 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
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