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The study of terpenes is intimately connected with the development of organic chemistry. In the early years of terpene research the peculiar structures of this type of compounds posed formidable problems for which methods of attack had to be invented; and the organic chemist of today owes a great deal to the pioneers in this field such as Wallach, Semmler and many others.

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Carbon Skeleton Molecular Rotation Abietic Acid Isoprene Unit Dehydroabietic Acid 
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  • A. J. Haagen-Smit
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  1. 1.PasadenaUSA

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