Amyl isothiocyanate

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Amyl isothiocyanate is a food additive with the ID of 629-12-9
Food additive purpose:
flavoring agent or adjuvant
Other names:
amyl isothiocyanate, pentane, 1-isothiocyanato, 1-isothiocyanatopentane, isothiocyanic acid, pentyl ester, pentyl isothiocyanate, inchi=1s/c6h11ns/c1-2-3-4-5-7-6-8/h2-5h2,1h3, inchikey: sghjujbymsvajy-uhfffaoysa-n.

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