cadalene


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cadalene

[′kad·əl‚ēn]
(organic chemistry)
C15H18 A colorless liquid which boils at 291-292°C (720 mmHg; 95,990 pascals) and which is a substituted naphthalene.
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Several aromatic hydrocarbons, such as cadalene derived from sesquiterpenoids, and 1,2,5-TMNr and 1,2,5,6-TeMNr whose precursors were derived from higher plants, are indicative of general or more specific higher plant source [16, 17].
The HR essential oil was characterized by the high quantities of cyperene (18.2%), 13-norcypera-1(5,11(12)-diene (15.3%), and cadalene (7.2%) (Table 1).
The major compounds of sesquiterpene hydrocarbons in HR essential oil were cyperene (18%), 13-norcypera1(5),11(12)-diene (15%), and cadalene (7%).
Berry 0.45 Germacrene D (13.8%) 16 SFE [alpha]-Pinene (10.5%) [beta]-Myrcene (8.1%) Needles - [alpha]-Pinene (92.22%) 10 HD [beta]-Myrcene (2.46%) [beta]-Pinene (1.79%) Wood 0.68 [delta]-Cadinene (14.5%) 13 cis-Thujopsene (9.2%) [alpha]-Muurolene (4.9%) Cadalene (3.7%) Eremophilene (2.5%) [alpha]-Cedrol (2.2%) HD: Hidrodistillation, SFE: Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction, SPME: Solid Phase Micro Extraction Table 2.
Compound Fushun Longkou 4 1,1,6-Trimethyltetralin 125.8 8 5,6,7,8-Tetramethyltetralin 169.3 12 Cadalene 84.4 22 1,1'-Di(2,3-xylyl)ethane 212.1 31 [C.sub.27]-Monoaromatic sterane 166.8 95.6 Table 8.