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Typical G.C. analysis

myrtus communis leaf oil
#%LeftshiftComponents
400.10 acetoxycyclohexane dione
420.02 acetoxycyclohexane dione
430.01 acetoxycyclohexane dione
10.53iso butyl isobutyrate
40.07  camphene
170.08alpha- campholenal
70.19delta-3- carene
230.10trans- carveol
240.06cis- carveol
260.08  carvone
340.15beta- caryophyllene
380.16  caryophyllene oxide
928.501,8- cineole
410.05 cyclohexane peroxide
360.19 cyclohexendione furan
80.65para- cymene
270.86  geraniol
320.46  geranyl acetate
350.11alpha- humulene
390.09  humulene oxide II
1011.00  limonene
168.74  linalool
130.16  linalool oxide
140.11  linalool oxide
282.05  linalyl acetate
330.95  methyl eugenol
290.27  methyl geranate
60.36  myrcene
250.13  nerol
310.30  neryl acetate
110.15(E)-beta- ocimene
335.20alpha- pinene
50.30beta- pinene
180.30trans- pinocarveol
190.09  pinocarvone
370.02  spathulenol
210.36  terpinen-4-ol
120.15gamma- terpinene
225.25alpha- terpineol
200.16delta- terpineol
150.10  terpinolene
301.37alpha- terpinyl acetate
20.17alpha- thujene

P. Weyerstahl, H. Marschall and A. Rustaiyan, Constituents of the essential oil of Myrtus commnuis L. from Iran. Flav. Fragr. J., 9, 333-337 (1994).

P&F 21, No. 4, 57, (1996)

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