Synonyms: "4-pentylphenol", "4-amylphenol", "4-pentyl-phenol", "4-n-amylphenol"
Source: 4-n-pentylphenol is an alkylphenol. The vast majority of alkylphenols are used to synthesize derivatives which have applications ranging from surfactants to pharmaceuticals.
IUPAC Name: 4-pentylphenol
CAS Number: 14938-35-3
PubChem ID: 26975
Canonical SMILES: CCCCCC1=CC=C(C=C1)O
Molecular Formula: C11H16O
Molecular Weight: 164,2441
Number of bond donors: 1
Number of bond acceptors: 1
Number of atoms different from hydrogen: 12
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