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Typical G.C. analysis

rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil egypt
#%LeftshiftComponents
360.36allo- aromadendrene
430.20epi-alpha-bisabolol
211.69  borneol
257.59  bornyl acetate
400.61delta- cadinene
380.36gamma- cadinene
390.13(Z)- calamenene
21.63  camphene
1511.29  camphor
260.35  carvacrol
221.67  carvone
332.75beta- caryophyllene
411.31  caryophyllene oxide
310.14alpha- copaene
71.77para- cymene
100.052,5- dimethyl styrene
340.05beta- gurjunene
350.83alpha- humulene
87.08  limonene
126.60  linalool
320.33  methyl eugenol
370.17alpha- muurolene
420.08T- muurolol
40.48  myrcene
242.32(E)- myrtanol
231.19(Z)- myrtanol
50.46alpha- phellandrene
171.22(Z)-3- pinanone
12.46alpha- pinene
31.20beta- pinene
162.25trans- pinocarveol
280.27  piperitenone
140.03(Z)- sabinene hydrate
270.11  sabinyl acetate
182.88  terpinen-4-ol
110.89  terpinen-4-yl acetate
60.27alpha- terpinene
90.26gamma- terpinene
194.92alpha- terpineol
300.36alpha- terpinyl acetate
290.12neothujol
130.93beta- thujone
2012.33  verbenone

F. M. Soliman, E. A. El-Kashoury, M. M. Fathy and M. H. Gonaid, Analysis and biological activity of the essential oil of Rosmarinus officinalis L from Egypt. Flav. Fragr. J., 9, 29-33 (1994).

P&F 20, No. 1, 47, (1995)

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