citronellol


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cit·ro·nel·lol

 (sĭt′rə-nĕl′ôl, -ōl, -ŏl)
n.
A colorless liquid, C10H20O, with a floral odor, derived from any of several essential oils, especially rose and geranium oils, or made synthetically and used extensively in perfumery.

citronellol

(ˌsɪtrəˈnɛlɒl)
n
an alcohol present in oils from various aromatic plant species
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Readily Hydrolyzable Acetals from Citronellol and Vitamins, Bull Chem Soc Jpn, 52, 846 (1979).
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