Methyl Eugenol Extra Pure

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Methyl Eugenol, 99% - [ CAS no 93-15-2 ]

TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

Brief Introduction

Fenton Chemicals is the leading manufacturer of Speciality Chemicals , Emulsifiers , Silicon Spreaders and Pheromones all over the globe.  Fenton Chemicals is manufacturing Methyl Eugenol of the hightest quality with purity more than 99% for every batch .

Description

Methyl Eugenol is a type of phenylpropanoid element which means the methyl ether of eugenol. It is produced by methylation of eugenol and has alkyl group attached to its benzene ring. Methyl Eugenol is found in various essential oils.


Its IUPAC name is 1,2-Dimethoxy-4(prop-2-en-1-yl) benzene. Other synonyms of Methyl Eugenol include:

 1. Allylveratrol

 2. 4-Allyl-1,2-dimethoxybenzene

 3. 4-Allylveratrol

 4. Eugenol methyl ether


Methyl eugenol will be used in insect traps and lure products to attract certain fruit flies such as the Oriental fruit fly on affected food crops.

FRUIT FLIES ATTRACTED TO Methyl Eugenol BLOCK

  • Bactrocera dorsalis
  • Bactrocera zonata
  • Bactrocera correcta
  • Bactrocera papayae
  • Bactrocera musae
  • Bactrocera invadens


 


Description: http://www.interchemtechnologies.com/ic/images/orientalFruitFly.jpg
Oriental Fruit Fly
(Dacus Dorsalis, Hendel)

Response of male oriental fruit fly (Dacus Dorsalis, Hendel) to 
colored plastic bucket traps baited with METHYL EUGENOL

 

Usage Sites

 CUELURE is expected to be used initially in producing end products that attract and inactivate melon flies on such crops as Cucumber, Gherkin, Melons, Pumpkin, Bitter gourd, Coccinia (Little gourd), Snake gourd, Ridge gourd, Bottle gourd & other Cucurbitaceous crops and some fruits (Mango, Guava, Sapota, Citrus etc.)

 

Technical Details

 

Chemical Name – 4-(-4-acetoxyphenyl)-butan-2-one

Molecular Weight – 206 g/mol

 

TEST PARAMETERS

STANDARDS

ACTUAL RESULTS

Appearance

Clear Liquid

Clear Liquid

Color

Light Pale Yellow

Light Pale Yellow

Refractive Index

1.505 – 1.520

1.507

Density (g/ml )at 200C

1.000 – 1.110 g/ml

1.099 g/ml

Assay ( GC )

Min 97%

99.13%

For Monitoring

• No. of lures per KM2 : 1

 • Timing: Through-out the year

• Replacement: Once in 30 – 40 days

• Total lures to be used per KM2 : 8 – 12/ year

 

For Area-wide Control

 • No. of lures per Acre: 6 – 10

 • Timing: From flowering to harvest

• Replacement: Once in 30 – 40 days

• Total lures to be used in a season per acre: 12-20 or 18-30 depending on the crop