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Identification

Description


Formule moléculaire brute : C10H12O2

Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • 1-HYDROXY-2-METHOXY-4-ALLYLBENZENE
  • 1-HYDROXY-2-METHOXY-4-PROP-2-ENYLBENZENE
  • 2-METHOXY-4-(2-PROPENYL) PHENOL
  • 2-METHOXY-4-PROP-2-ENYLPHENOL
  • 4-ALLYL-1-HYDROXY-2-METHOXYBENZENE
  • 4-Allyl-2-Methoxybenzene
  • 4-ALLYL-2-METHOXYPHENOL
  • 4-ALLYLGUAIACOL
  • ALLYLGUAIACOL
  • CARYOPHILLIC ACID
  • EUGENIC ACID
  • Eugénol
  • Hydroxy-1 méthoxy-2 allyl-4 benzène
  • P-ALLYLGUAIACOL
  • P-EUGENOL
  • PHENOL, 2-METHOXY-4-(2-PROPENYL)-
  • PHENOL, 4-ALLYL-2-METHOXY-

Noms anglais :

  • Eugenol
Utilisation et sources d'émission

Agent de saveur, agent anesthésiant

Références

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