methoxybenzene


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methoxybenzene

(mɛˌθɒksɪˈbɛnziːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for anisole
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While compound 14 and 21 are imidazole and methoxybenzene derivatives.
Complex aromatic structures are believed to stabilize semiquinone free radicals in humic substances (Riffaldi and Sehnitzer, 1972; Senesi, 1990; Stevenson, 1994) in coexistence with carbon-centered "aromatic" radicals (Paul et al., 2006), although contributions from methoxybenzene and nitrogen-associated radicals cannot be excluded (Senesi, 1990).
Comparison of MVOCs generated by different molds growing on various building materials yielded interesting results one of which was the persistent presence and identification of methoxybenzene (anisole) associated with the growth of S.