Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 17, Issue 5, pp 400–403 | Cite as

Essential oil ofArtemisia scoparia

  • M. I. Goryaev
  • F. S. Sharipova
  • L. A. El'chibekova
  • V. Yu. Averina


The chemical composition of the essential oil of oriental wormwood growing in Kazathstan has been investigated. Of the components of the oil, 28 have been identified, and the structure of an acetylenic hydrocarbon has been refined.


Geranyl Acetate Ethylenic Bond Scoparone Thujones Longifolene 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. I. Goryaev
  • F. S. Sharipova
  • L. A. El'chibekova
  • V. Yu. Averina

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