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Typical G.C. analysis
petitgrain mandarin oil
#%LeftshiftComponents
340.03(E)- anethole
15trace  benzaldehyde
180.03(E)-beta- bergamotene
280.03  bicyclogermacrene
310.06gamma- cadinene
210.30beta- caryophyllene
160.25  citronellal
300.06  citronellol
23trace  citronellyl formate
140.02alpha- copaene
37tracepara- cymen-8-ol
90.32para- cymene
191.28beta- elemene
24trace  ethyl decanoate
440.08  ethyl heptadecanoate
360.06  ethyl laurate
470.60  ethyl linoleate
483.33  ethyl linolenate
410.06  ethyl myristate
120.04  ethyl octanoate
433.36  ethyl palmitate
330.06  ethyl phenyl acetate
460.16  ethyl stearate
290.07(E,E)-alpha- farnesene
250.02(E)-beta- farnesene
350.10  geraniol
110.20(Z)-3- hexen-1-ol
26tracealpha- humulene
72.88  limonene
1724.80  linalool
32trace  methyl salicylate
42.00  myrcene
39trace  myrtenol
400.02  nerolidol
84.16(Z)-beta- ocimene
50.01alpha- phellandrene
380.032- phenethyl alcohol
490.74  phytol
10.98alpha- pinene
20.62beta- pinene
327.20  sabinene
132.54(E)- sabinene hydrate
450.48alpha- sinensal
421.60beta- sinensal
22trace  terpinen-1-ol
202.21  terpinen-4-ol
60.26alpha- terpinene
271.28alpha- terpineol
100.32  terpinolene

Z. Fleisher and A. Fleisher, Aromatic plants of the Holy Land and the Sinai, Part III. Mandarin leaf oil (Citrus recticulata Blanco). J. Essent, Oil Res., 2, 331-334 (1990).

P&F 18, No. 5, 43, (1993)

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