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Ozonides of Terpenes Hydrocarbons (Terpenoids)
Chemistry (Method of Action) Abstract:July 1987

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After studying numerous compounds, ozonides of terpenes hydrocarbons were studied. Terpenes are widespread in nature, mainly in plants as constituents of essential oils. Many terpenes are hydrocarbons, but oxygen-containing compounds such as alcohols, aldehydes or ketones (terpenoids) are also found.  Their building blocks is the hydrocarbon isoprene, CH2=C(CH3)-CH=CH2. Terpene hydrocarbons therefore have molecular formulas (C5H8)n, they are classified according to the number of isoprene units. The ozonized terpenes contain up to 50% oxygen by weight.

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