camphene


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cam·phene

(kam'fēn),
A terpenoid occurring in many essential oils, for example, turpentine, camphor, citronella.
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glauca) has an eastern and a western pattern (15-40% and 35-65% camphor, 15-35% and 10-20% bornyl acetate, 5-10% each camphene, etc.
Tables (4) revealed that, control plants contained higher percentages of camphene (2.
formaldehyde, alpha- and beta-pinene, carene, camphene, limonene, aldehydes, ketones, and acetic acid.
Other compounds, such as [alpha]-pinene, camphene, [gamma]-cadinene, myrtenol and flavesone, were present in concentrations between 1.
28] Other compounds found in the Patchouli oil include cycloseychellene, patchoulipyridine, epiguaipyridine, guaipyridine, benzaldehyde, cinnamaldehyde, limonene, camphene, a-pinene, 13-pinene, and eugenol [2, 5, 6, 22].
The observation of [alpha]-pinene, camphene, [beta]-pinene, myrcene, limonene, and 4-allylanisole as the major chemical components in VOC emissions was consistent with the composition of volatile terpenes reported by Drew and Pylant (1966).
The results obtained in our study showed that major compounds of Artemisia aucheri flowers were: Camphene (31.
The major components were [alpha]-pinene, camphene, [beta]-pinene, myrcene, limonene, [beta]-phellandrene, trans[beta]-terpineol, 4-allylanisole, and isoborneol.
The volatile oil also contains terpenoids like calamine, calamenol, calamenone, eugenol, camphene, pinene and asaronaldehyde.
Thermal degradation of terpenes; camphene, [[DELTA].
Thermal degradation of terpene: Camphene, delta-3-carenc, limonene and alfa-terpinene.