Typical G.C. analysis

chamaecyparis obtusa root oil
120.54  borneol
170.65  bornyl acetate
321.18 cadin-1(10)-en-4alpha-ol
384.95 cadin-1(10)-en-4beta-ol
273.82delta- cadinene
282.12gamma- cadinene
395.28alpha- cadinol
355.88T- cadinol
291.55  calamenene
20.50  camphene
421.26  caryophylla-3,8(13)-dien-5alpha-ol
180.55(Z)- caryophyllene
190.52beta- caryophyllene
302.61beta- caryophyllene alcohol
160.40  copaene
80.53para- cymene
210.44alpha- elemene
90.71alpha- fenchol
250.39alpha- guaiene
220.39alpha- humulene
50.55  limonene
4019.73 longi-alpha-nojigiku alcohol
338.43 longi-beta-camphenilan aldehyde
110.65  longicyclene
414.84 longicyclenyl aclohol
140.64  longifolene
362.15 longiisohomocamphenilone
100.48alpha- longipinene
311.27 longiverbanol
346.23 longiverbanone
261.71alpha- muurolene
230.84gamma- muurolene
374.53T- muurolol
10.73alpha- pinene
30.61beta- pinene
40.41alpha- terpinene
60.45gamma- terpinene
133.53alpha- terpineol
70.50  terpinolene
240.79alpha- terpinyl acetate
152.44  verbenone

B. Shieh, Y. Lizuka and Y. Matsubara, Monoterpenoid and sesquiterpenoid constituents of the essential oil of Hinoki (Chamaecyparis obtusa (Sieb. et Zucc. ) Endl.). Agric. Biol. Chem. (Japan), 45, 1497-1499 (1981).

P&F 8, No. 1, 61, (1983)

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