|Name:||1,8-Cineole||Synonyms:||LABOTEST-BB LT00440774;EUCALYPTOL;FEMA 2465;CINEOLE;CINEOLE-1,8;CINEOLES;CINEOLUM;CAJEPUTOL|
|CAS No:||470-82-6||EINECS No:||207-431-5|
|Molecular Formula:||C10H18O||Molecular Weight:||154.25|
|Boiling Point:||176-177 °C||Density:||0.9225|
470-82-6 molecular weight 154.25,
cas 470-82-6 msds,
470-82-6 cas no
eucalyptol; CAS 470-82-6; Extract; Cosmetic/ Pharmaceutical
|Synonyms||LABOTEST-BB LT00440774;EUCALYPTOL;FEMA 2465;CINEOLE;CINEOLE-1,8;CINEOLES;CINEOLUM;CAJEPUTOL|
|CAS Registry Number||470-82-6|
|Boiling point||176-177 °C|
Cineol (1, 8-Cineole; Cajeputol, also known as cineole, cineole, cineole, etc., is a colorless, oily and transparent liquid, widely existing in natural aromatic Chemicalbook sesame oil, as the main component of eucalyptus oil. Cineole has camphor and cool herbal flavor. It has bactericidal and insecticidal effects and is widely used in medicine and food flavors. It is also commonly used as a preservative.
GB 2760-96 defines spices as permitted for food use. Mainly used in cough drops, artificial mint, etc. It is one of the inherent components of lavender oil and spike lavender oil, and is a necessary spice for the preparation of such essential oils. Suitable for herb type such as tangyi grass, fresh mow grass and fragrance, it has the effect of increasing freshness. Used in soaps, sprays, cosmetics flavors and other sanitary products, such as toothpaste, etc., with antiseptic effect. Used as a masking agent for undesirable smells in industrial products. It is also used for edible flavor, used for the preparation of oral flavor and the manufacture of medical products. As a food additive, Japan's "Food Additives Public Order" stipulates that the purity of school tree brain is above 85%, and shall not be used for other purposes than adding fragrance. Widely used in medicine, also used in the preparation of toothpaste essence.
|1||62-46-4||Alpha Lipoic Acid|
|12||128-13-2||Ursodeoxycholic Acid/ UDCA|