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Mixture of alpha & beta Thujone Secondary: 546-80-5 - alpha-Thujone 471-15-8 - beta-Thujone Known Uses The essential oils derived from natural oil of cedar leaves in which Thujone ...

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Date Modified: 05/17/2017

Reagent for ketones & aldehydes; isolation of hormones & isolation of certain fractions from essential oils: by derivatization. Chemical Properties Toxicity Effects (HSDB) Genetic ...

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Date Modified: 05/17/2017

Synthetic flavoring added to ice cream, candy, baked goods, prepared from furfural which is obtained from corncobs & essential oils (Merck 1989). Associated with tobacco: reported ...

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Date Modified: 05/17/2017

In foods, manufacture chemical intermediate, soaps, detergents, protective coatings, hard floor coverings, paints, constituent of vegetable oils, essential fatty acid (Merck 1989). ...

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Date Modified: 05/17/2017

Chemical Formula: C10H16 -- Molecular Weight: 136.24 β-Myrcene, an acyclic unsubstituted monoterpene, and the essential oils which contain it are used as intermediates in the ...

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Date Modified: 11/15/2016

C 7 H 6 O Molecular weight 106.1 Synonyms: Artificial almond oil; artificial essential oil of almond; benzenecarbonal; benzene carbaldehyde; benzoic aldehyde; phenylmethanal ...

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Date Modified: 09/09/2014

Cresols are monomethyl derivatives of phenol, and are found as constituents of coal tar, in various industrial solvents and resins, and in some essential oils. In 28-day toxicity ...

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Date Modified: 02/21/2017

... Chemical Analysis: The essential oils from bitter orange peel have been examined by thin-layer chromatography (TLC), high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), and gas ...

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Date Modified: 11/09/2016

Flavoring agent in candies, baked goods, gum, fragrance in soap, detergent, creams, lotions, perfume, occurs in essential oils from juniper, cedar (Merck 1989) Chemical Properties ...

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Chemical Formula: C10H14O d-Carvone occurs naturally in caraway and dill seeds and in many essential oils; it has been used as a carminative and in perfumes and soaps. Toxicity and ...

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Date Modified: 05/19/2017

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