ERIC Number: EJ749879
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2006-Feb
Synthesis of Methyl Diantilis, a Commercially Important Fragrance
Miles, William H.; Connell, Katelyn B.
Journal of Chemical Education, v83 n2 p285 Feb 2006
Synthetic sequences in the undergraduate organic chemistry laboratory illustrate important synthetic strategies, reagents, or experimental techniques, oftentimes resulting in the synthesis of commercially important compounds. A fragrance with a 'spicy, carnation, sweet, vanilla', named after carnations (Dianthus caryophllus), Methyl Diantillis is a replacement for isoeugenol and found use in shampoos and fine fragrances.
Descriptors: Organic Chemistry, Manufacturing Industry, Undergraduate Study, College Science, Science Laboratories, Laboratory Experiments, Science Experiments
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