carvone


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carvone

[′kär‚vōn]
(organic chemistry)
C10H14O A liquid ketone that boils at 231°C; soluble in water and alcohol; it is optically active and occurs naturally in both dextro and levo forms; used in flavorings and perfumery. Also known as carvol.
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This herb consists of some monoterpen such as carvone, limonene and trans-anethole and some flavonoids such as kaempferol and vicenin.
2006), who conducted in vitro studies, reported that addition of anethol (3,000 mg/L), carvacrol and carvone (300 mg/L) had no effect on N[H.
spicata were found: rich in carvone (samples 1, 2, and 14; see Table 2), rich in piperitenone oxide (sample 3), rich in [alpha]-terpinyl acetate and trans-[beta]-caryophyllene (both in sample 9).
We will study carvone, nootkatone and methyl-gamma-cyclogeranate, with enantiomers that smell differently, and fenchone, gamma-octathionolactone and tetrahydronootkatone, with enantiomers that smell the same.
It was found to be made up of 53 compounds, predominantly methychavicol (45%), linalool, carvone and D-limonene.
Menthol and carvone are thought to be the active ingredients that help to aid digestion and beat bloating, making peppermint tea a good remedy for stomach cramps and colic, and for relieving irritable bowel syndrome.
it is a very convenient place for my guests to stay, it has excellent dining and is walking distance to local fine dining," said Curly Carvone with Marmot Mountain, LLC.
These include limonene oxide, carvone, and a series of hydroperoxide isomers.
Mint Peppermint grown for menthol, spearmint for carvone, both used in confectionery.
They found an improved preservative effect by nisin on Gram-positive bacteria when the product was treated with nisin and essential oils--carvacrol, thymol and carvone from oregano; thyme; and caraway seeds.