Exposures to air freshener and fragrance compounds still varied substantially among immigrant subgroups but showed consistency with P results: Higher concentrations of d-limonene
(Southeast Asians) and p-dichlorobenzene (Hispanics and Southeast Asians) were observed for some households, and lower levels of the xylenes were observed in Somali residences.
Uedo N, Tatsuta M, Iishi H, Baba M, Sakai N, Yano H, Otani T (1999) Inhibition of d-limonene
of gastric carcinogenesis induced by N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine in Wistar rats.
35) reported that aerosol products accounted for 22% of the reacted d-limonene
in their ozone/d-limonene
experiments, suggesting that these aerosols contained a number of low volatility [C.
The numbers of beetles that chose the 25 [micro]L/L 1:1 D-limonene
to terpinolene + apple tree treatment were significantly greater than the numbers of beetles that chose the apple tree + distilled water treatment at 60 min, especially when aphids were present (Fig.
The aim of this study was to encapsulate d-limonene
using a spray drying technique to evaluate the influence of different agents with surface active properties (tween 20, tween 60, sodium caseinate and low methoxyl pectin) on some of the quality features of the product obtained and to assess the overall performance of the drying process for the purpose of industrialization.
Retention times of [alpha]-pinene, [beta]-pinene, D-limonene
, terpineol, and (-)-caryophyllene were 7.
Biotransformation of d-limonene
represents a very attractive alternative for the production of aromas , because it takes place under mild conditions, does not generate toxic wastes, and allows production of "natural" aromas that can be used as fragrances and flavors in the industries [21,22].
USPRwire, Wed Aug 28 2013] The report covers the major Green Solvents and Bio Solvents markets including lactate esters, alcohols, glycols, diols, d-limonene
, and methyl soyate solvents.
The name sounds as though UA would be toxic, but there are many examples of edible terpenes found in nature, such as D-limonene
(also an appetite suppressant), perillyl alcohol (for cancer), and various carotenoids (a-carotene, [beta]-carotene, etc.
Research from the Arizona Cancer Center found that d-limonene
, a major component in orange peels, reduces the occurrence of squamous cell carcinoma, a deadly form of skin cancer.
6 (cfc 12) d-limonene
5989-27-5 11 ethanol 64-17-5 980 ethyl acetate 141-78-6 5.
The OSB and gypsum wallboard layers present a major source of formaldehyde, other aldehydes (such as acetaldehyde and hexanal), and terpenes (such as d-limonene