Eugenol 99% pure [97-53-0]
Eugenol is a fragrance, which is the basic ingredient in clove oil (72–90%). Also found in cinnamon. It is a colorless, oily liquid with a pleasant pungent aroma associated with cloves. It also has antiseptic (disinfecting) and anesthetic properties, thanks to which it is used in dentistry for decontaminating dental canals and in a mixture with zinc oxide as dental cement. It is also used as a plasticizer for some plastics.
Melting point: -12-10 ° C (lit.)
Boiling point: 254 ° C (lit.)
Density 1.067 g / ml at 25 ° C (lit.)
vapor pressure <0.1 hPa (25 ° C)
FEMA 2467 | EUGENOL
refractive index n20 / D 1.541 (lit.)
Flash point:> 230 ° F
storage temperature 0-6 ° C
solubility 2.46 g / l
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