pinene


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pinene

[′pī‚nēn]
(organic chemistry)
C10H16 Either of two colorless isomeric unsaturated bicyclic terpene hydrocarbon liquids derived from sulfate wood turpentine; 95% of the alpha form boils in the range 156-160°C, and of the beta form boils in the range 164-169°C; used as solvents for coatings and wax formulations, as chemical intermediates for resins, and as lube-oil additives. Also known as nopinene.
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Though a more dramatic improvement will be needed before pinene dimers can compete with petroleum-based JP-10, the scientists believe they have identified the major obstacles that must be overcome to reach that goal.
A new and practical approach to the synthesis of taxol and taxol analogues: the pinene path.
Peak 3 was identified as alpha pinene by comparison with alpha pinene standards run on the GC and by GC mass spectrometry (data not presented).
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The combinations of a-pinene mixed with limonene AY pinene or both of them at equal ratio gave highly significant less chemotaxis response 28.
Bilichol[R] Each Gelatine capsule For the treatment of contains: hepato-biliary disorders Menthol 32mg including dyskinesia Menthone 6 mg of bile ducts, biliary Pinene (a+p) 17mg stasis, inflammatory Borneol 5mg biliary conditions, Cineole 2mg cholecystitis and Camphene 5mg cholelithiasis.
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sinensis peel oil revealed that ss - pinene and limonene were the most active ingredients with percentage chemical contents of 9.