nonacosane


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nonacosane

[‚nō·nə′kō‚sān]
(organic chemistry)
C29H60 Colorless hydrocarbon, melting at 63°C; found in beeswax and the fat of cabbage leaves.
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Choline, succinic acid, flavonoida, tannins, B-sistosterol nonacosane, ascorbic acid and dehydroascorbic acid (Prajapati, et al.
Of the four compounds isolated from dried leaves of cabbage, nonacosane and pheophytin did not inhibit 2-aminoanthracene (2AA) or N-methyl-N-nitrosourea-induced mutagenesis, whereas 15 nonacosane was more effective than [Beta]-sitosterol.
The plant volatiles were hexanol (>95%), (-)-limonene (>95%), nonacosane (>98%), and ethyl hexanoate (>99%).
4) (Table 4): 1) Heneicosane (C21), 2) Linoleic acid (possible contaminat), 3) Docosane (C22), 4) Tricosane (C23), 5) Tetracosane (C24), 6) Pentacosane (C25), C) phthalate 7) Hexacosane (C26), 8) Heptacosane (C27), 9) Octacosane (C28), 10) Nonacosane (C29), 11) Triacontane (C30) and 12) Hentriacontane (C31) and Dotriacontane (C32).