Oxidation Studies of Perfumery Phenols Found in Indian Spices

The all-inclusive facets of the disintegration of phenols to the equivalent quinones have happened studied and stated in research but skilled are few reports of the energetic, thermodynamic and mechanistic studies of the corrosion of phenols.This episode handles the decay of some perfumery phenols in the direction of Indian spices by a sort of not organic and natural oxidants utilizing energetic systems.The decay of the perfumery isomeric phenols, Eugenol (4-Allyl-2-methoxy phenol) and Isoeugenol (2-Methoxy-4(prop-1-en-1-yl) phenol) has been completed activity utilizing 1) not organic oxidants,KBrO3,KIO3 and K2S2O8 in sour medium and 2)N-Bromosuccinimide and Sodium chloro(4-methylbenzene-1-sulfonyl)azanide (Chloramine T) in salty medium.These phenols are about the Indian spices,divided (Syzygium aromaticum), fruit (Myristicafragrans), Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) and Basil (Tulsi) (Ocimum basilium) and are secondhand in the manufacture of perfumes,fragrances and flavouring powers.The decay was intentional under first order energetic environments concerning the oxidant ie.[oxidant]<<[phenol].For two together the phenols intentional,the oxidation rate raised accompanying phenol aggregation but depreciated accompanying oxidant aggregation.The sequences of decay rates of the phenols for the various oxidants has been made clear on the footing of their steric determinants,isomeric and fundamental face. From the difference of decay rate accompanying temperature, the strength of incitement and different thermodynamic incitement limits were judged and elucidated in conditions of the microscopic dynamics of the burning process.Suitable backlash machines have happened submitted for the burning of the phenols substitute.

Author(s) Details:

Damodar V. Prabhu,
Department of Chemistry, Wilson College, Mumbai-400007, India.

Chetana N. Rana,
Department of Chemistry, N B Mehta Science College, Bordi, Dahanu, Palghar District, Maharashtra, India.

Harichandra A. Parbat,
Department of Chemistry, Wilson College, Mumbai-400007, India.

Muzaffar A. Tandel,
Department of Chemistry, Wilson College, Mumbai-400007, India.

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Keywords: Perfumery phenols, oxidation, inorganic and organic oxidants, kinetics, halic acids, hypohalite ions, reaction mechanism, conjugation, thermodynamic activation parameters

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