BT

Typical G.C. analysis

pimenta dioica leaf oil
#%LeftshiftComponents
182.77alpha- amorphene
172.13allo- aromadendrene
220.49  cadina-1,4-diene
215.49delta- cadinene
284.94alpha- cadinol
276.64T- cadinol
231.23alpha- calacorene
2011.12 calamenene + gamma-cadinene
131.00  carvacrol
110.10  carvone
151.00beta- caryophyllene
242.69  caryophyllene oxide
514.501,8- cineole
41.87para- cymene
250.52alpha- eudesmol
260.82beta- eudesmol
1428.04  eugenol
1610.12alpha- humulene
60.10  limonene
90.56  menthol
100.09  methyl chavocol
191.76alpha- muurolene
20.19  myrcene
31.12alpha- phellandrene
10.56alpha- pinene
70.56gamma- terpinene
81.38  terpinolene
121.00  thymol

J. A. Pino, J. Garcia and M. A. Martinez, Solvent extraction and supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of Pimenta dioica Merrill leaf. J. Essent. Oil Res., 9, 689-691 (1997).

P&F 24, No. 2, 35, (1999)

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