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pi·nene

 (pī′nēn′)
n.
Either of two volatile isomeric terpene liquids, C10H16, which are the major constituents of turpentine and are used as solvents and in making resins.

pinene

(ˈpaɪniːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) either of two isomeric terpenes, found in many essential oils and constituting the main part of oil of turpentine. The commonest structural isomer (α-pinene) is used in the manufacture of camphor, solvents, plastics, and insecticides. Formula: C10H16
[C20: from pine1 + -ene]

pi•nene

(ˈpaɪ nin)

n.
a liquid terpene, C10H16, the principal constituent of oil of turpentine, used chiefly in the manufacture of camphor.
[1880–85]
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The main constituents are monoterpene hydrocarbons; mainly camphene, pinene, cymene and myristicin.
As a result, these farnesene-based resins are not subject to the cost and supply instabilities of petroleum-based monomers or the typical nature variabilities that affect the quality of pinene and limonene monomers.
In order to do it, they turned to the chemical called pinene that gives pine trees their delicious smell.
Cardamom has varied essential oils which include such as sabinene, pinene, myrcene, geraniol, linalool, 1, 8-cineole, limonene and citronellol among others that offer a wide range of benefits for skin, hair and health.
Juniper [alpha]-pinene, camphene, Aromatic, stimulant, [beta] pinene, 1,4- digestive, diuretic.
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Besides the solvents used in finishing the stained concrete floors, the predominant compounds found in both houses were seemingly low-risk fragrance and flavor products: Pinene - used as a fragrance chemical; Limonene - used in flavor, fragrance, cosmetics, and cleaning products; Hexanal - used in flavor products; Carene - used in flavor and fragrence products; occurs naturally in turpentine, rosemary, cedar, pine; and Phellandrene - used in fragrances.
Washington, March 27 ( ANI ): Researchers have engineered a bacterium to synthesize pinene, a hydrocarbon produced by trees that could potentially replace high-energy fuels, such as JP-10, in missiles and other aerospace applications.
Orquidea [alfa]- [beta]- 1,8- pinene pinene cineole Brassavola acaulis Lindl.
in Vitro Antioxidant properties, with reduced lipid peroxidation as a consequence of application of extract and monoterpenoids ([alpha] and [beta] pinene, geraniol, 1,8-cineol and thujone).
Monoterpene hydrocarbons of pinene type ([alpha]-pinene and [beta]-pinene) are well-known chemicals with antimicrobial potentials [31].
It contains camphor, pinene, cineole, dipentene, phellandrene, eugenol, safrole, caryophyllene, borneol, and possibly cinnamic and benzoic aldehydes.