Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 13, Issue 6, pp 660–662 | Cite as

The monoterpenes of the essential oils of coniferous trees of Siberia

  • L. I. Gornostaeva
  • S. M. Repyakh
  • E. D. Levin


1. The essential oils of some coniferous Siberian trees isolated under industrial conditions have been investigated.

2. The physicochemical characteristics and group compositions of the essential oils have been determined.

3. The substance compositions of the monoterpene hydrocarbons have been determined by the GLC method.


Coniferous Tree TCEP Acta Botanica Stationary Liquid Phase Monoterpene Hydrocarbon 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • L. I. Gornostaeva
  • S. M. Repyakh
  • E. D. Levin

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