- alternate as a type of anisole.
- Methyl phenyl ether, C6H5.O.CH3, got by distilling anisic acid or by the activity of methide on potassium phenolate.
- Methyl phenyl ether, C6H5-OCH3, formed by distilling anisic acid with barium hydroxid. Its an oil with a pleasing odor and boils at 154° C.
- A general name of derivatives of methyl phenyl ether.
Equivalent for "anisol"
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