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- Also found in: Rosemary, cedar, pine
- Class: Monoterpene
- Formula: C10H16
- Molecular Weight.: 136.238 g/mol
- Boiling Point: 170º
- CAS: 13466-78-9
It is a bicyclic monoterpene, with two rings fused together. It forms naturally as a component of turpentine or turpentine. It is a colorless liquid with a sweet and spicy smell, not soluble in water. Produced in other plants such as basil, pepper, cedar, pine and rosemary.