Chavicol

Title: Chavicol
CAS Registry Number: 501-92-8
CAS Name: 4-(2-Propenyl)phenol
Additional Names: p-allylphenol; g-(p-hydroxyphenyl)-a-propylene
Molecular Formula: C9H10O
Molecular Weight: 134.18
Percent Composition: C 80.56%, H 7.51%, O 11.92%
Literature References: Found together with terpenes in volatile betel oils (from leaves of Piper betle L., Piperaceae): Eijkman, Ber. 22, 2739 (1889). Prepd from a mixture of estragole, ethyl bromide and magnesium in benzene: Grignard, Compt. Rend. 151, 323 (1910); from 4-allylphenylmagnesium bromide in ether by the action of oxygen: Quelet, Bull. Soc. Chim. Fr. [4] 45, 265 (1929).
Properties: Liquid. mp 15.8°. d415 1.0203; d420 1.0175. bp760 238°; bp16 123°. nD18 1.5441. Miscible with alcohol, ether, chloroform, petr ether.
Melting point: mp 15.8°
Boiling point: bp760 238°; bp16 123°
Index of refraction: nD18 1.5441
Density: d415 1.0203; d420 1.0175
Derivative Type: Methyl ether see Estragole
Cheirolin Chelerythrine Chelidonic Acid Chelidonine CHES

Chavicol
Chavicol
Identifiers
CAS number 501-92-8 N
ChemSpider 61456 N
UNII Q5ER4K6969 YesY
ChEBI CHEBI:50158 YesY
ChEMBL CHEMBL108862 YesY
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Properties
Molecular formula C9H10O
Molar mass 134.18 g/mol
Density 1.020 g/cm3
Melting point 16 °C
Boiling point 238 °C
123 °C at 16 mmHg
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Except where noted otherwise, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C (77 °F), 100 kPa)
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Chavicol, or p-allylphenol, is a natural phenylpropene, a type of organic compound.[1] Its chemical structure consists of a benzene ring substituted with a hydroxy group and a propenyl group. It is a colorless liquid found together with terpenes in betel oil. It is miscible with alcohol, ether, and chloroform.

Chavicol is used as an odorant in perfumery.