While anethole can be widely derived from nature from phenylpropene, a type of aromatic compound that occurs widely in nature, it can also be derived through synthetic routes to give synthetic anethole. The compound is extensively utilised as a flavouring substance. Synthetic anethole is only slightly miscible in water. However, it emits high solubility in ethanol. This trait causes certain anise-flavored liqueurs to become opaque while being diluted with water known as the ouzo effect. Some of the sectors where synthetic anethole is used extensively are:
Air care products
Cleaning and furnishing care products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Personal care products
Synthetic anethole can act as a precursor to several aromatic compounds. It is commercially derived from 4-methoxypropiophenone, which is obtained from anisole.
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