Synthesis of triacontan-1-ol from dodecanedioic acid
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A method has been developed for obtaining triacontan-l-ol — a natural plant growth stimulator. Synthesized triacontan-l-ol has an appreciable influence on the growth and crop yield of tomatoes and on the flowering of asters.
KeywordsOrganic Chemistry Plant Growth Crop Yield Natural Plant Growth Stimulator
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