Pinene

alpha- and beta-pinene are bicyclic terpenes, they are the major components of wood turpentine which can be obtained from the resinous sap of pine trees (Pinus) by steam distillation.

alpha-pinene alpha-Pinene

(+/-)-alpha-pinene
Molecular formula:
C10H16
Molecular weight:
136.24
CAS Registry Number:
2437-95-8
Density:
0.858
Boiling point:
155 - 156 °C
Refractive index, nD:
1.4650 (20 °C)
Beilstein:
5, 144

Xn Xn. Safety data (German)

3D Molecular Model

alpha-pinene 3D

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NMR Spectra

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1H NMR

H NMR

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13C NMR

C NMR

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beta-pinene beta-Pinene

(-)-beta-pinene
Molecular formula:
C10H16
Molecular weight:
136.24
CAS Registry Number:
18172-67-3
Density:
0.86
Boiling point:
165 - 168 °C
Beilstein:
5, 154

Xi Xi. Safety data (German)

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Burkhard Kirste, 1994-08-19, 1998-02-03