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- Catechol, also known as pyrocatechol
or 1,2-dihydroxybenzene, is an organic compound with the molecular
- It is the ortho isomer of the three
- This colorless compound occurs
naturally in trace amounts. About 20 million kg are produced
annually, mainly as a precursor to pesticides, flavors, and
- Catechol occurs as feathery white
crystals that are very rapidly soluble in water.
- Catechol is produced industrially by
the hydroxylation of phenol using hydrogen peroxide.
- Previously, catechol has been produced
by hydrolysis of 2-substituted phenols, especially 2-chlorophenol,
with hot aqueous solutions containing alkali metal
- Its methyl ether derivative, guaiacol,
converts to catechol via hydrolysis of
the CH3-O bond as promoted by hydriodic acid.
- Catechol is the conjugate acid of a
chelating agent used widely in coordination
- Small amounts of catechol occur
naturally in fruits and vegetables, along with the
enzyme polyphenol oxidase (also known as catecholase, or catechol
- Upon mixing the enzyme with the
substrate and exposure to oxygen (as when a potato or
apple is cut and left out), the colorless catechol oxidizes to
reddish-brown melanoid pigments, derivatives of benzoquinone.
- Catechol is used as a black-and-white
- Pyrocatechol is a natural occuring
plant poly phenol that is used as an ingredient for the production
of insecticides, perfumes and drugs.
- It is further most used in
dyestuffs, electroplating, antioxidants and light stabilizers and in
- It is also prepared by treating
salicyladehyde with hydrogen peroxide or from its monomethyl
ether(guaiacol) by treatment with hydrobromic acid.
- It is one of the central intermediates
in aerobic aromatic metabolism.
- Process for the oxidation of phenol to
a mixture of hydroquinone and catechol using hydrogen peroxide as
oxidant in the presence of titanium silicate molecules in a
multistage fixed bed reactor.
- As phenolic antioxidants, it has been
extensively used in chemical, food and pharmaceutical industry.
- The extraction efficiency in the
presence of magnesium salts in comparison to the extraction
efficiencies from the salt-free aqueous solutions increased from 14%
in the case of catechol extraction with diethylether.
- General Information.
- Executive Summary.
- Fact Sheet.
- Substance Profile.
- Catalogue & derivatives.
- MSDS of pyrocatechol.
- Catechol MSDS.
- Pyrocatechol Safety Sheet.
- Safety Sheet of Catechol.
- 1,2 Benzenediol MSDS.
- Material Sheet of pyrocatechol.
- Pyrocatechol Violet MSDS.
- Pyrocatechin Material Data Sheet.
- Data sheet of catechol.
- MSDS of 1,2 Benezenediol.
- Catechol Data Sheet.
- 1,2dihydroxybenzene MSDS
- Material Safety Sheet of pyrocatechol.
- Safety Sheet of Catechol.
- MSDS of Catechol.
- Pyrocatechol Violet.
- Molybdate Analyzer.
- Health guideline for Catechol.
- Risk Management Approach for 1,2
- Safety Summary.
- Toxicity of Catechol.
- Metalation of Catechol-functionalized
porous organic polymers.
- Production of Catechol.
- Synthesizing acetonide-protected
- Assay for Dibromonitrilo propionamide.
- Pyrocatechol-amine water solution for
determination of defects.
- Catechol Derivatives.
- Hydroxylation of aromatic compounds.
- Indazole bioisostere replacement of
catechol in terapeutically active compounds.
- Method for preparing catechol.
- 3,6-di-butyl-2-naphthyl catechol
phosphite and Compositions.
- Method for preparing purified
- Water Aided catechol etherification.
- Process for selective
monoetherification of pyrocatechol.
- Process for the conversion of phenol
to hydroquinone and catechol.
- List of Suppliers.
- China Suppliers.
- Suppliers from UK.
- Hongkong Suppliers.
- Exporters of Catechol.
- Online Suppliers.
- Suppliers from Germany.
- Indian Suppliers.
- Suppliers from USA.
- Hydrogen Peroxide.
profiles & Consultants
- Company1 Profile from china.
- Company2 profile from China.
- Company from Hongkong.
- Company from Gujarat.
- Company from USA.
- Company1 profile from India.
- Company2 profile from India.
- Consultancy from India.
- Oxidation of Catechol in plants.
- Chemical Properties of Catechols and
their molecular modes of toxic action in cells.
- Catechol concentrations in the
- Control of catechol and hydroquinone
- Stable degradation of catechol.
- Adsorption of catechol.
- Catechol in gas and aqueous solution
- Intramolecular hydrogen bond in
- Cyclic Volatammetric study of
- Direct spectrophotometric assay of
- Effects of Catechol on human
- Electrochemical oxidation of
- Thermal decomposition of catechol.
- Oxidation of Phenol.
- Degradation of two high strength
phenols in aqueous solution.
- Catechol-o-methyl transferase.
- Mechanism of redox reaction of
- Oxidation of Catechols.
- Pyrocatechol violet immobilized
- Salting-out extraction of catechol.
- Synthesis of offretite single crystals
in the system containing pyrocatechol.
- Use of a pulsed high-voltage discharge
for removal of organic compounds.
- Purification of mulberry polyphenol
- Derivatives in pharmaceuticals using
- Bio-degradation of catechol by
- Catechol O-methyltransferase.
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