isobornyl acetate

isobornyl acetate

[¦ī·sə′bȯrn·əl ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
C10H17OOCCH3 A colorless liquid with an odor of pine needles and a boiling point of 220-224°C; soluble in fixed oils and mineral oil; used in toiletries and soaps and antiseptics, and as a flavoring agent.
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Compound RT (min) Content (%) 1 [alpha]-Pinene 9.57 0.23 2 Camphene 10.05 0.15 3 Benzaldehyde 10.36 1.24 4 [beta]-Pinene 11.01 0.10 5 3-Pheayl pionaldehyde 17.87 1.29 6 cis-Cinnamaldehyde 19.98 0.89 7 trans-Cinnamaldehyde 21.86 74.16 8 Isobornyl acetate 22.05 0.52 9 Eugenol 24.67 0.81 10 Cinnamyl acetate 27.43 20.61 RT: retention time.
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.