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By Robert P. Adams

This guide provides the ion capture mass spectra of the most typical terpenes (hydrocarbons present in oils, resins, and balsams) present in nature, together with relative retention/elution instances, an in depth synonymy of universal and IUPAC names, CAS registry numbers, molecular formulation, and buildings.

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Asarone, (E-). 208 OCHj CH 30 0CH 3 H 193 INI 44 69 77 91 137 165 159 53 177 11 48 60 165 100 1 ' 1 I' Ί'1"Γ ΊI I "' I I "Ί II 'I I"I ' I I I ' I I I '' I I I 120 148 160 180 200 220 42 Part B. -Asarone, eis-. Isoasarone, eis-. Asarone, eis-. Asarone, (Z). 0]decapentaene. Cyclopentacyclohepter 128 INI 182 53 48 63 60 ^—T ULs. I ' '' 100 120 i 'I 148 Appendix III. Ion Trap Mass Spectra 43 BENZALDEHYDE CAS# 100-52-7 MF C7 H6 O FW 106 DB5-0353 CN Benzaldehyde (9CI) SYNONYMS Benzenecarbonal. Benzenecarboxaldehyde.

Li . Il (β Hp-V LÀ 1, yn 60 , i li 152 ,1 1. 1 1. 'Γ '' 1 160188 200 220 1 ' | ' 1 ' | ' i · | ' i ■ | ' i 109 120 140 919 BENZYL BÜTYRATE CAS# 103-37-7 MF Cil H14 02 FW 178 DB5-1251 CN Butanoic acid, phenylmethyl ester (9CI) SYNONYMS Butyric acid, benzyl ester. Benzyl n-butanoate. Benzyl butanoate. 91 109/. 9 178 100 12g 140 160 188 47 Appendix III. Ion Trap Mass Spectra BENZYL FORMATE CAS# 104-57-4 MF C8 H8 02 FW 136 DB5-0577 CN Formic acid, phenylmethyl ester (9CI) SYNONYMS Benzyl methanoate.

Formylanisole, p-. Obepin. 135 m·/, HC=0 77 INI 63 44 40 60 92 107 Γ^-τ 1 ι '" i » i ' . , 100 120 140 36 Part B. Appendices ANISÓLE CAS# 100-66-3 MF C7 H8 0 FW 108 DB5-0289 CN Benzene, methoxy- (9CI) Phenyl methyl SYNONYMS Methoxybenzene. Methyl phenyl ether. ether. Phenoxymethane. 100Z 1 OCH3 65 INI 78 51 63 93 74 40 12Θ 68 ANISOLE CAS# 104-93-8 MF C8 H10 O FW 122 DB5-0459 CN Benzene, 1-methoxy-4-methyl(9CI) SYNONYMS Cresol methyl ether, p-. Methoxytoluene, p-. Methoxytoluene, 4-.

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