1-heptanol


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1-heptanol

[¦wən ′hep·tə‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C7H15OH An alcohol; a fragrant, colorless liquid boiling at 174°C; soluble in water, ether, or alcohol; used as a chemical intermediate, as a solvent, and in cosmetics. Also known as heptyl alcohol.
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Linalool (19) and [alpha]-copaene (30) were found exclusively in the aeration extracts, which also contained a large amount of 1-heptanol (7), reaching up to about 50% in both populations.
Eight compounds, namely 2-heptanone (2), 1-heptanol (7), 3-octanone (8), ethyl hexanoate (10), 2-ethylhexan-1-ol (13), ethyl octanoate (27), (E)-[alpha]-bergamotene (34), and (E,E)-[alpha]-farnesene (36) were shared by the aeration extracts and salivary-gland extracts of the mango and starfruit populations and together generated 63.
obliqua pests on mango has a higher proportion of 2-methylheptan-4-one (5), 1-heptanol (7), methyl heptanoate (12,) 2-ethylhexan-1-ol (13), linalool (19), ethyl octanoate (27) and (E)-[alpha]-bergamotene (34), whereas the starfruit population is characterized by a higher abundance of 2-heptanone (2), 2,5-dimethylpyrazine (3), 2-methylheptan-4-one (5), 3-octanone (8), ethyl hexanoate (10), methyl heptanoate (12), limonene (14), 3-decanone (25), 2-decanone (26), [alpha]-copaene (30), and CE)-[alpha]-bergamotene (34) (Fig.