Definition of Menthyl. Meaning of Menthyl. Synonyms of Menthyl

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Definition of Menthyl

Menthyl
Menthyl Men"thyl, n. [Mentha + -yl.] (Chem.) A compound radical forming the base of menthol.

Meaning of Menthyl from wikipedia

- occurs naturally in peppermint oil (along with a little menthone, the ester menthyl acetate and other compounds), obtained from Mentha × piperita (peppermint)...
- Menthyl isovalerate, also known as validolum, is the menthyl ester of isovaleric acid. It is a transparent oily, colorless liquid with a smell of menthol...
- Menthyl acetate is a natural monoterpene which contributes to the smell and flavor of peppermint. It is the acetate ester of menthol. Menthyl acetate...
- Menthyl anthranilate (meradimate) is a sunscreening agent. It is one of the 17 ingredients approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in over-the-counter...
- isovalerate compound is a salt or ester of isovaleric acid. It is also known as 3-methylbutanoate. Menthyl isovalerate Valerate Isovaleric acidemia Valine...
- particularly menthyl acetate. Dried peppermint typically has 0.3–0.4% of volatile oil containing menthol (7–48%), menthone (20–46%), menthyl acetate (3–10%)...
- This change leads to an additional CH2 in the molecule. Methyl pentanoate Menthyl isovalerate Pantogam, drugs.com Kopelevich VM, Evdokimova GS, Marieva TD...
- exhibits a lower potential for abuse and dependence than benzodiazepines. Menthyl isovalerate is a flavoring food additive which is marketed as a sedative...
- material can prevent the formation of the Zaitsev product. For example, when menthyl chloride is treated with sodium ethoxide, the Hofmann product is formed...
- pyrophosphate.  The resultant monoterpene undergoes cyclization to form a menthyl cationic species.  A hydride shift then forms an allylic carbocation. ...
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