terpinolene

terpinolene

[tər′pin·ə‚lēn]
(organic chemistry)
C10H16 A flammable, water-white liquid insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol, ether, and glycols, boils at 184°C; used as a solvent and as a chemical intermediate for resins and essential oils.
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L growing at Buntoi and Jabiren, dominated by [gamma]-terpinene, [alpha]- terpinolene, caryophyllene, a-humulene which account 59.
The components observed are: a) tricyclene, (b) (-) -[alpha]-pinene, (+)-[alpha]-pinene racemate, (c) camphene, (d) 1,4-cineole (e), limonene, (f) terpinolene, and (g) turpineol.
The only compounds present in the two oils were [alpha]- terpinolene and the D-germacrene, but at different proportions.
As the monocyclic terpene compounds, there are limonene, dipentene (optical isomer of limonene), terpinolene, [alpha]-pinene, [beta]-pinene, terpinene, and menthadiene, and these have been used as raw materials for epoxy resins and curing agents.
Thus the presence of [alpha]-pinene, [alpha]-terpinene, [gamma]-terpinene, terpinolene, [beta]-terpineol, a-terpineol (one the major compounds in fruit extract), 4-terpineol, isoborneol, [gamma]-cadinene (the major compound in leaf extract), [alpha]-cadinene, cadina-1, 4-diene and [sigma]-cadinene may contribute to the diuretic and antiseptic action of the leaf and fruit extracts of the Egyptian J.
5% are due to two terpenes, d-limonene and terpinolene, and one terpene-alcohol, [alpha]-terpineol.
During storage, the content of esters, terpinene-4-ol and terpineol increased, while levels of aldehydes, myrcene and terpinolene decreased.
is active and professional in the field of rosin, turpentine, and relevant intensive-processed derivatives, including gum rosin, disproportionated rosin, polymerized rosin, hydrogenated rosin, maleic modified resin, pentaerythritol ester of rosin, glycerol ester of rosin, rosin modified phenolic resin, tackifying emulsion, terpene resin, gum turpentine, alpha pinene, beta pinene, terpineol, pine oil, dipentene, alpha terpineol, alpha terpinolene, limonene, longifolene, isolongifolene, terpinyl acetate, isobornyl acetate, tung oil, and tea seed oil.
Type C: up to 10-20% each of terpinen, terpinolene, sabinene and terpinen-4-ol, etc.
Terpinolene (13) afforded 1,7-dihydroxy-p-menth-3-ene-2-one (14) by transformation with fungus A.
However, beta-caryophyllene and terpinolene has been reported from the plant, and which two components may be responsible for the observed antihyperglycemic and antinociceptive effects (Limem-Ben Amor et al.