bornyl acetate

bornyl acetate

[′bȯrn·əl ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
C10H17OOCCH3 A colorless liquid that forms crystals at 10°C; has characteristic piny-camphoraceous odor; used in perfumes and for flavoring.
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63) are seen for bornyl acetate, [alpha]-terpinyl acetate, (E)-[beta]-caryophyllene, myrtenyl isovalerate, sesquiterpene alcohols, [alpha]-bisabolol, valerenal, etc.
In four Estonian samples (2-5) bornyl acetate and valerenal dominated.
Valerian root oil from Estonia (four samples) was also rich in bornyl acetate and valerenal.
US 6,270,752 B1: Researcher Giancarlo Verona of Milan, Italy, has patented a composition to prevent and treat hair loss that contains a hydroalcoholic mixture of beta-pinene, camphene, beta-myrcene, limonene, cineole, camphor, linalol, bornyl acetate, isobornyl acetate, menthol, terpinen-ol and isoborneol monoterpens.
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.
The interior variety showed comparatively low variability 20-30% camphene 20-30% bornyl acetate, 10-15% [alpha]-pinene, etc.
Muurol-5-en-4-b-ol and muurol-5-en-4-a-ol, linalool, bornyl acetate, a-cadinol, [alpha]-pinene and 1 epicubenol were the major constituents of S.
1 cis-Chrysanthenyl acetate 1241 t Bornyl acetate 1265 2.