linalyl acetate

linalyl acetate

[′lin·ə‚lil ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
(CH3)2C:CH(CH2)2CCH3(OCOCH3)CH:CH2 The acetic acid ester of linalool, a colorless oily liquid with a bergamot odor that boils at 108-110°C; used in perfumes and as a flavoring agent.
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The three major components in the lavender oil were linalyl acetate, at 38.
Individuals were given a lavender essential oil made from the steam-distilled fresh flowering top of lavender standardized to contain approximately 70% of two constituents, linalool and linalyl acetate.
Salycilic acid treatments gave the highest percentages of 1-nonanol, 1-tetradecanol, methyl 10-octadecenoate, [alpha]-pinene, phytol, 2, 4 dodecadienal, [beta]-fenchyl alcohol, anethole, 2E-dodecenal, (2E) 2-hexenyl laurate, 2-octadecanone, hexahydrofarnesyl acetone and linalyl acetate.
coli even in the absence of active principles like linalool and linalyl acetate, considered responsible for the antibacterial and antifungal properties of essential oils obtained from different species of Lavandula.
linalyl acetate and terpinen-4-ol (values which must be in the range of 20.
True lavender is often extended with hybrid lavender (lavandin) or even synthetic chemically-based linalol and linalyl acetate.
In both, the compound with the highest relative abundance (more than 90%) was linalyl acetate (Table 1).
reported that, spathulenol, [delta]-cadinene, linalool, [alpha]-terpinyl acetate, [alpha]-cadinol, [beta]-eudesmol, cubenol and linalyl acetate were the main components of S.