A study of the substances present in essential oils
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The essential oil ofJuniperus pseudosabina Fisch. et Mey, obtained from small flowers by steam distillation has been investigated. It has been established that it contains not less than 43 components, of wich the following have been identified:l-α-pinene (67%), camphene (0.5%),l-β-pinene (3.5%), sabinene (0.5%), Δ3-carene (0.3%), β-myrcene (1.2%), α-phellandrene (0.1%),l-limonene (0.7%),l-β-phellandrene (0.2%), γ-terpinene (0.3%), p-cymene (0.2%), terpinolene (0.1%), methyl n-nonyl ketone (2.4%), d-thujone (0.3%),l-camphor (0.2%), d-terpinen-4-ol (0.3%),l-linalool (0.7%),l-borneol (0.3%),l-terpineol (0.4%), nerol (0.2%), geraniol (0.25%), d-cedrol (12%), elemol (0.3%), eudesmol (0.35%), and sesquiterpene hydrocarbons (5.6%):l-α-cedrene,l-β-elemene,l-β-cedrene, d-γ-cadinene, d-ar-curcumene,l-calamenene, and d-calacorene.
KeywordsGeraniol Nerol Sesquiterpene Hydrocarbon Bornyl Acetate Linalyl Acetate
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