Methyl Salicylate Price Trends
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- North America
- South America
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East
About Methyl Salicylate:
Methyl Salicylate, better known as the oil of wintergreen or wintergreen oil, is an organic ester that is naturally produced by several species of plants, particularly wintergreens. It is a viscous colourless liquid releasing sweet fruity odour reminiscent of root beer. It has minty taste and aroma and thus, it is often used to prepare mint candies. It can be produced synthetically and is utilised as a flavouring and fragrance ingredient in foods, beverages, and many other products.
Chemical Formula of Methyl Salicylate:
- C8H8O3 or C6H4(OH)(CO2CH3)
- Methyl 2-hydroxybenzoate
- Oil of wintergreen
- Betula oil
- 152.149 g/mol
- Odour agents
- Flavouring ingredient
- Home and personal care products
- Food and beverages
- Insecticides and pesticides
- Solvent for inks
- Production of Methyl Salicylate via Esterification of Salicylic Acid and Methanol; and via Steam Distillation
In order to produce Methyl Salicylate, the process of esterification is utilised. In this process, salicylic acid and methanol are esterified to produce Methyl Salicylate as the result.
- Berjé Inc.
- Fleurchem, Inc.
- Seqens SAS
- Mollhausen S.A.S
- Zhenjiang Gaopeng Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.
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