Thymol is a natural Monoterpene derivative of Cymene, a phenol. It is a monoterpenoid that belongs to the phenol family. It appears as a white crystalline solid with an aromatic odor and pungent taste at room temperature. It is a component of thyme oil, a naturally occurring combination of chemicals found in the Thymus Vulgaris plant. Animal repellents, fungicides, medicinal disinfectants, and virucide pesticides, all contain Thymol as an active component. All pesticides marketed or distributed in the United States of America (USA) must be registered with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Thymol based pesticidescomply with the standards set by the EPA. Lab Alley’s premium quality Thymol Crystals, Lab Grade are available for sale in the USA.
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Thymol is a natural monoterpenoid phenol derivative of cymene, C₁₀H₁₄O, isomeric with carvacrol, found in oil of thyme, and extracted from Thymus vulgaris, Ajwain and various other kinds of plants as a white crystalline substance of a pleasant aromatic odor and strong antiseptic properties.
Thymol Crystal | 25 Gram, 100g & 500g Packages | High Purity Aroma Compound | Lab Grade | Formula C10H14O | White Crystalline Substance | Antiviral, Antifungal & Antiseptic Alcohol Solutions | For Infections, Parasites, Disinfectants, Cleaning, Mold, Nails, Bees, Skin, Poultry Feed, Preservative | CAS # 89-83-8
Thymol Crystal Chemical Information
- Thymol CAS Registry Number: 89-83-8
- Thymol Formula: C10H14O
- Thymol Molar mass: 150.22 g/mol
- Thymol Boiling point: 451.2°F (232.9°C)
- Thymol Density: 960 kg/m³
- Thymol Solubility in water: 0.9 kg/m³
- Thymol Melting point: 49 to 51 °C (120 to 124 °F; 322 to 324 K)
Thymol has been used in alcohol solutions and in dusting powders for the treatment of tinea or ringworm infections, and was used in the United States to treat hookworm infections.
Thymol Crystal, Lab Grade Features:
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- Antiviral agent
Thymol Is Used To Inactivate Viruses
Thymol and carvacrol both possessed significant antiviral activity with an IC₅₀ of 7 µM, and herpes simplex virus type I was 90 % inactivated within 1 hr. The mode of antiviral action was shown to affect the virion directly. Evidence was also observed by electron microscopy.
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