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borneol

(ˈbɔːnɪˌɒl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a white solid terpene alcohol extracted from the Malaysian tree Dryobalanops aromatica, used in perfume and in the manufacture of organic esters. Formula: C10H17OH. Also called: bornyl alcohol
[C19: from Borne(o) + -ol1]
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bor•ne•ol

(ˈbɔr niˌɔl, -ˌɒl)

n.
a solid terpene alcohol, C10H18O, used in synthesizing camphor and in perfumes.
[1875–80]
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The result revealed that the major essential oils from turmeric rhizomes are Eucalyptol (76.46%), [alpha]-Terpinene (4.41%), [gamma]-Terpinene (3.32%), p-Cymene (1.31%), and [alpha]-Terpineol (0.62%) while [alpha]- Zingiberene (17.43%), [beta]-Sesquiphellandrene (3.10%), Eucalyptol (2.75%), Furfaral (1.76%), [alpha]-Terpineol (1.35%), endo-Borneol (1.31%), Limonene (1.21%), Thunbergol (0.84%), Citral (0.56%), Oxirane (0.45%), Caryophyllene oxide (0.42%), Nerolidol (0.31%), exo-Norborneol (0.27%), cis-Verbenol (0.12%), Linaloloxide (0.06%), and Squalene (0.02%) are the major essential oil compounds detected in ginger rhizomes.