Results for: Methyl-anthranilate

Is methyl hydrophobic?

\n methyl is hydrophobic because it is non polar. the c-h bonds have little electronegativity difference I believe.\n water is polar, and nonpolar things don't tend to react (MORE)

Hydrolysis of methyl acetate?

  methyl acetate is also known as methyl ethanoate which is an ester.   hydrolysis of ester will results in carboxylic acid and alcohol.   this is an reversible reac (MORE)

What is methyl hydrate?

  Methyl Hydrate is simply another word for Methanol; which is the simplest form of alcohol. By that I mean it has the least atoms in each molecule of all the alcohols - s (MORE)
In Biology

Does methylated spirit kill mold?

i expect it will, it is a type of alcohol (don't drink it, blindness's, brain damage, death will follow) and alcohols are used to kill microbes.

What is methyl orange?

Methyl Orange is an indicator that is used to indicate the equivilance point of and acid-base titration. In acidic environments, it turns red and in basic environemnts, or pH (MORE)
In Health

What is methyl paraben?

Methylparaben is an antilfungal that is widely used as a preservative for food, drugs, and cosmetics. The compound is often found in carpules of local anaesthetic, acting as a (MORE)
In Biology

What functional group is anthranilic acid a part of?

Anthranilic acid is 2-aminobenzoic acid: C6H4(NH2)COOH. The molecule consists of a benzene ring with two adjacent functional groups, a carboxylic acid and an amine. It is some (MORE)